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Hardware: Inspiron 5150 w/ a Dell wireless 1350 (Broadcom) Buffalo AirStation WLI-CB-G54HP (Broadcom) The built-in wireless card has worked well, but I wanted to try this highly rated card and it's external antenna jack. The Buffalo card will either be recognized by Windows as a Buffalo CLI-CB-G54HP or a Dell Truemobile 1300 depending on the drivers I use. Using either drivers, the Buffalo card seems to be completely working, except it never sees any wireless networks, even a WAP 1 foot away.
The radio is enabled and I have a power light on the card. I borrowed the exact same card from a friend and it's doing the same thing.
I've been poking at settings and drivers for a few weeks now and this Buffalo card never seems to be able to find any networks. Any ideas of what to look at? Are you using Buffalo Client Manager or Windows Zero Config. My suggestion is to use Windows to search and log onto the internet.
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Sounds like you might have MAC filtering and disabled SSID in your router setup. Check your settings. Also.I find that moving my router to channel 1, instead of auto is a good way of setting up my system.since everyone in my neighborhood seems to use Channel 11. You made no mention of your Router brand. WLI-CB-G54HP is the PCMCIA card. The router it works best with is WHR-HP-G54. Both have output of 100mw.and signal using the two is astounding.
I can only tell you that after I set them up together.I was getting signal through metal pipes and brick walls.in places I could never get signal before.and strong! Bob Message Edited by Bobmitmen on 12:26 AM Message Edited by Bobmitmen on 12:27 AM. OK.the Buffalo card will run at 125mbps using the Buffalo drivers and only 54 mbps with the Broadcom drivers.
On the Buffalo drivers make sure that the settings are for 'Broader compatibility', which should help you. Right click on 'My computer'.then Device Manager and look at Network Adapters.the Buffalo should be there. Let's adjust a few settings and see if it helps. Click on Advanced for the Buffalo card. AP Compatibility mode.set to Broader Compatibility.
Make sure that Radio Enable / Disable is on Enable. Under both Rate A and B.use Best Rate. Roam Tendency Aggressive. Try those settings and see if anything changes.
Also.consider this. On my older Toshiba laptop.where I used the Buffalo card. I actually had to disable the original wireless card in Device Manager before the Buffalo became the primary card. Try that as well. Bob Message Edited by Bobmitmen on 10:30 AM.
The only two things that ever interfered with my Buffalo card was either I forgot to turn off power to the Toshiba built in card, or I forgot to disable the Toshiba card in Device manager. Past that.I'm quite baffled.never had this kind of issue with anything from Buffalo. They have great tech support.I find it hard to believe that they could not solve your problem.
Perhaps you just purchased a defective WLI-CB-G54HP. Have you considered exchanging for another?
Only other thing I can think of is to see if your laptop will connect to a friend's computer. Perhaps it's an imcompatibility with your router.If you can connect to your friend's system.it may be an imcompatibility with your router. Thanks for all of your great suggestions. Well, I've tried a known good card with the same results.
I guess I need to try my card in another computer. I have two neighborhood friends with secured WAPs that I can also reach from my house and neither of them show up either. I'm thinking it's a driver conflict with the built-in wireless. Even though it's disabled, the drivers will still be present and maybe because they are both Broadcom chipsets I wonder if some driver is conflicting with the other. I'm really at a loss also. I'm talking with Buffalo also so maybe they come up with an answer.
Hi Dave; I'm interested in any solution that you've come up with. I've recently bought the same Buffalo card and I'm trying to get it to work with a Dell Inspiron 4150.
Unlike you I can see my network and I can log onto my wireless router but I'm unable top get an IP address. I get a 'reaquiring IP address' message, then it times out. I have an SMC wireless router and I've been using an SMC card with the 4150 but, like you I thought i could get more range with the Buffalo WLI-CB-G45HP. After some of the above suggestions, my next step is to physically remove the built in card that originally came with the 4150. Let me know if you've had any luck.