Just because you have the key to a door, that does not mean that the door will magically open up for you.
Nice example, right in 1 way, wrong in another, they have all said that other machines can connect to the wireless network (but not their own machine)
So therefore, they are all connecting to the correct
I always recommend shutting down the PC and / or laptop, and the router / gateway.
Turn on the router / gateway see what happens then.
If you go in to start - run - cmd - ipconfig, do you get an IP address? Default gateway?
If you get a default gateway, that means your PC / Laptop is talking to the router.
If you don't, then something else could be preventing it (WEP Key) for example
Try and do:
Start - Run - Cmd - Ipconfig /release (Press enter)
Start - Run - Cmd - Ipconfig /renew (Press enter) - If this fails to work.
Try resetting the TCP/IP.
Start - Run -
netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt (A brief flash of the Command box will appear)
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt (same as above)
Once this is done, restart the PC / Laptop, try and connect again.
If that fails, delete the Winsock keys
Restart the PC again, if this works, can you connect to the router via a ethernet cable? If yes, then the router is obviously OK (Can connect via other methods)
Try and get updated wireless drivers from Linksys website.
Failing all this, run a full system restore (Remaster)
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