I have already gone onto microsoft and updated the software. Typically it would be a Dell 1397, Dell 1510 or Dell 1520.

(It is possible I missed an update, but don't think I did). They are the ones that told me the NIC was too old to support WPA2. You can go here to download the correct driver once you know which one. I have downloaded all the network drivers as well as the software drivers and some other recommended updates.

Your home site will be able to tell you whether PEAP MSCHAPv2 is the appropriate authenticiation method that you should use.

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To complete these instructions you'll need some information specific to your home site/organisation, plus your own credentials, as listed below.

I can access it via a LAN wired connection but the computer does not have WPA2 capabilities.

Gonzaga University uses WPA2 and the mini10 only has WPA.

10) Click the box that pops up on the bottom-right that say Click Here to process your information.

Described here are the steps involved in configuring the Dell wireless client under Windows XP to use eduroam, authenticating via PEAP MSCHAPv2.

I guess I'm just hoping there is an update or something that can allow it without having to replace it. I have Windows XP with SP3 (which is supposed to allow WPA2) with a Dell 1397 Wireless Card.

I recently set up a wireless network for my new Sitecom WL-585 modem router with WPA-2 security and all went according to plan.

I am fast running out of ideas and wonder whether the laptop's wireless capabilities simply aren't up to it?