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Ok, after much hunting and strife, I finally got the firmware upgrade for my wireless and got it to connect to the network. Now I have a new problem. Kwifi ...
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    Ok, after much hunting and strife, I finally got the firmware upgrade for my wireless and got it to connect to the network. Now I have a new problem. Kwifi will atomatically connect to the network when I boot, but I still have no0 internet access. Thinking that it had possibly picked the wrong network, there are a few close enough for me to connect to, I tried to switch the connection to mine. I scanned fine, found my connection and clicked switch, and recieved the error "Aborting network switching due to invalid WEP key specification." This is confusing because I know for a fact that the network I'm connecting to is not encripted. Anyone know what to do?

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    me too have same problem..
    anybody have any idea why?

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    Hey Guys,
    Try connecting from the command line.
    These instructions are for NDISwrapper, but the configuration is the same.
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