I'm so stuck! Any help? I did enter my service tag and downloaded all the network drivers that was listed that said anything about Wireless 1350 or wireless driver for me to download.
I'm having this problem. I can not connect using WPA-PSK but am able to connect by using WEP.
Here is some information:
Router: D-Link DI-524 hardware RevA and have the latest firmware (according to the D-Link website) and they do not have WPA2 support for this particular model and hardware Rev. So I am using WPA-PSK (I am guessing it's TPIK since it's an old router).
I am able to connect successfully with my Tos*iba laptop and my Wii to my router so I know the router is working fine with WPA-PSK.
My Dell is a Precision M20 with the Dell Wireless 1350 WLAN Mini-PCI Card Rev 4.5 with chipset BCM4306 / BCM2050 and I'm running on Windows XP. I can see the network but I can not authenticate and connect to it using WPA-PSK, again I do not have WPA2 on my router.
I have downloaded the latest drivers (from support.dell.com) that had anything to do with the Wireless hardware. Thus, I have downloaded the following updates, R140745 and R151519.
I ran the update (both) I was able to update the Software and Supplicant version to 188.8.131.52 with the new date of March 14, 2007.
I see this by looking at the Dell Wireless WLAN Card Utility version A14 INFORMATION tab.
However, no matter what I try, I am unable to update the Driver version and it remains as 184.108.40.206 with the date of Oct 12, 2006. I'm not sure if this is the problem.
I'm hoping you can help me out as I don't really want to buy a new router or go back to WEP and would like to connect using WPA-PSK.
Try using WPA2 instead of WPA, as that usually works, assuming your router supports it. I'm am attempting to find out why WPA fails to connect, but do not yet have an answer.
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I just purchased a Belkin N Wireless router for my laptop and PS3. I have no problems connecting to the router wired/wireless, except when I set up WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, then neither machine will receive any information from the router. I can use it without security, but I would prefer it to prevent other apartment residents from leaching off my connection. I have a Dell Inspirion 1501 with the 1390 wlan minicard.
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I recently upgraded my Inspiron 9400 to windows 7 Professional 32
and drivers for the Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN MiniCard is not supported. Any answers or upgrades for this problem?
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Did you try the XP drivers in the XP Compatibility mode?
When you installed Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) did you install the desktop/notebook utility and the chipset drivers first? If not the rest of the drivers will fail to install. How to Download and Install Drivers in the Correct Order If you cannot find Windows 7 drivers, then try using the Vista (or XP) 32-bit drivers, for Windows 7 32-bit of the Vista (or XP) 64-bit drivers for Windows 7 64-bit and install the drivers in the Compatibility mode