Go to Start - Control Panel - Network Connections 2. Let me know how that goes Obmute, thanks for your suggestion.
I have two XP laptops at home that were both working fine for weeks with a new Cisco wireless router, then suddenly they both say "Limited or No Connectivity." Both of these laptops work fine with another wireless router.
Also, a third laptop in the house (Vista OS) works fine with the same router that won't work with the two XP laptops. Thank You Very Much, Educated Guess I'd suggest doing this first: 1. When I try to reconnect, it grinds away for 10-15 minutes, saying, "Validating Identity" then I get the "Limited or No Connectivity" message. This unit was recently reformatted, but I haven't run malwarebytes or adaware or anything to see if that would clear it up.
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Apparently this is a fairly common problem with XP, as there is a lot of discussion about this across the Internet.
I haven't found the right fix yet, and am trying to avoid reformatting, which I can do as a last resort.
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A few key fixes enterprise users should focus on include CVE-2017-8543, a patch that covers a Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows OS.
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