I have run into a very peculiar Wifi problem. Our Wifi network has several devices that can connect to it just fine; two Macbook Pros, an iMac, and an Android and iOS smartphone. All of them can connect just fine. However, we also have a Windows 7 PC with both an installed wireless card and a USB wireless adapter. And we can't connect to the wireless network with either of them (when I test the USB wireless I disable the onboard wireless first). I can see the networks, and can put in a password, but when I attempt to connect it simply says that it failed. There are two unsecured wireless access points, and of the two I can connect to one, the other gives the same error.
The router doesn't seem like the culprit because most of our other devices can connect just fine. The wireless card itself doesn't seem like the culprit because neither it or the USB wireless adapter can connect. So I'm kind of stumped.
- The PCIe wireless adapter is a Dell DW1525.
- The USB wireless adapter is a Netgear WNDA3100v2 N600.
- The Router is a Linksys WRVS4400N.