I am having a problem with my Laptop's wireless connection. While
connected to my wireless network (64bit WEP encrypted network) all web
pages hang on any sort of login or search.
This does not happen while connected using regular ethernet connection.
I plug in the cable and everthing starts to work perfectly
My other laptop is working just fine on the same wireless network.
I have tried repairing the Wireless network connection using the
WindowsXP repair connection tool.
This hanging happens with:
Internet Explorer 6.0.29
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.3
All work fine with Ethernet connection.
I have tried disabling and re-enabling the wireless device.
Nothing has changed on my wireless router settings since this problem
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