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However, I have tried connecting via an ethernet cable and this works fine.
But when I then try to connect by WIFI the problem is still there.
The non-working connection is headed "Wireless Network Key(WEP)" and has 2 fields which cannot be changed.
These are:- Data encryption(WEP enabled) and Network Authentication(Shared mode) The working connection is simply headed "Wireless network Key" and its 2 fields are as follows:- Network Authentication (this is set as WPA-PSK) and Data encryption (this is set as AES) Both laptops did connect before I did a recent "Quick restore". I'm not sure what you mean by "clearing the network connection" on the non-working laptop.
Described here are the steps involved in configuring the Dell wireless client under Windows XP to use eduroam, authenticating via PEAP MSCHAPv2.
Your home site will be able to tell you whether PEAP MSCHAPv2 is the appropriate authenticiation method that you should use.
Make a note of the SSID (the router's wireless call sign) or change it to one of your invention.Due to the form factor and typical installations of server hardware it is not always easy for the product key to be read during the set up process.To help minimize the potential impact on licensed users, this whitepaper provides steps licensed end users can take to preserve OEM pre-activation when reinstalling the operating system using any of the three scenarios outlined below (sysprep, manual, and unattended).It will not accept my (correct) password and gives the following message "The network password needs to be 40 bits or 104 bits depending on your network configuration.This can be entered as 5 or 13 ascii characters or 10 or 26 hexadecimal characters" I think this is because the Network connection is configured as WEP (whatever this is) and cannot be changed whereas on the working laptop the Network authentication is set as WPA-PSK and the Data encryption is set as AES with no mention of WEP at all! I suggested clearing any reference to a network connection then connecting by ethernet as this often does the trick when you try to connect again wirelessly.