What about a Cisco Aironet card and a home router? You can get to this a variety of ways, but Control Panel Network Center works. This sucks big time. When I connect, the status bar never changes from “Authenticating connection”. December 10, at

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Thanks for all the help. The detection process needs to get the drivers from the Windows Vista update site. Make sure you are doing this at home or in an office and Windows Vista networking via your homelan or office lan is already working.

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Being without Internet at home is a disaster. It worked great with XP SP2. No registered users cuditel 1 guest. For the Kyocera, KPC. The first time I installed vista, I was able to connect. In fact, I did some testing Thursday of this week because the billing for my account changed and so did the phone number.


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October 18, at 8: Erik Wynne Stepp says: I have not installed and tested VZAccess. I have a problem though! June 12, at 7: Go to the Network Center. I don’t believe there is a problem running external wireless cards on the t23 either, but I run them on a t Log in to Reply. Enter a network name. This sucks big time. Another blogger has a step by step instructions on avoiding the software. May 5, at 4: I was successful once.

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curitle Click the Connect button and the new connection will be attempted. When I connect, the status bar never changes from “Authenticating connection”. I never had a problem with my three previous laptops Dell, HP, and Fujitsu and these cards.

Neither work so I have set up my Kyocera card manually.

September 9, at 7: The next day, the laptop would hang at the XP Splash screen until I removed the card. I need to figure out some options fast. I launched the app, configured it for the card, and connected to the Internet…. To be clear, I tested my PC pcmcia card using the instructions above the original post.


If you just reboot with the card in it will work fine. August 4, at 9: After that all my “attempts to connect failed” I Installed a fresh copy of Vista For the purpose of repatitioning my HD I configured the card….