I'm running Windows 8 and am unable to connect to my home wireless network. I've tried restarting the router, patching the drivers to the next version, patching the drivers to the last version, running windows update and patching the chipset drivers to the latest version.
So far nothing has worked. My computer can get on the internet via USB tethering on my phone or an open Wi-Fi connection, but it is unable to connect to my home WPA2 AES secured wireless network. It sees the network, attempts to connect, gets a limited connection and then drops the connection. All the other wireless devices in my household have no problems.
I have the new Dell XPS 12, running Windows 8 using an Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 wireless adapter.
I've refreshed Windows twice now to try different driver configurations. I've tried uninstalling all the Dell software, I've tried uninstalling all the Intel software and reinstalling just the drivers. I've tried turning switching the ability for the Wireless driver to turn the computer off or on. I've tried setting up the connection manually from desktop mode. I've tried switching it on and off using the wireless button on the keyboard and in the software.
So far nothing has allowed me to connect to the secured network. It just keeps getting a limited connection, dropping the connection and retrying.
EDIT: In addition to switching off some of the weird WiFi connection managers, I also had to switch the channel of the WiFi itself in order to connect.