Vista Won't reconnect to Wireless after Reboot
I have a Dell Latitude D520 with integrated Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Wireless with Vista Ultimate SP1.
I’m using WEP with the SSID unbroadcast. I have set the wireless connection up and checked the boxes to ‘Save this network’ and ‘Start this connection automatically’ but when I reboot the machine it will not reconnect to the wireless access point – I have click ‘connect’ on the ‘Unidentified Network’ in ‘connect to a network’ and then type in the SSID and HEX security code every time my laptop starts up. This is doing my head in!! :confused: What am I missing? Can anyone help?
I have a suite of laptops running XP and all are setup on this wireless network and connect without any problems.
Signal strength is never below 80% and link quality is about 90%. Everytime I reboot I have to set up my wireless network again. :censored:
I have downloaded the latest drivers from Intel to no avail. There doesn’t seem to be a connection manager with the new Intel software so it’s using the Windows set.