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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I have ethernet network working on my system, but the wireless wouldn't work. So I installed wicd, but now it seems that even wicd can't connect to the wireless network. It hangs on saying "validating authentication" and after around 30 seconds quits saying "No connection". The output of lspci -v is Code:. It could be as simple as but might not be the access point not negotiating DHCP correctly with your device - this has happened to me.

Try setting your IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS servers manually in wicd then try connecting. Also, what distro are you using and why are you using WEP is Wicd curses validating authentication code insecure?

Originally Posted by nixblog. It's farfetched, but I sometimes have this problem and found that rebooting my wireless router fixes it. I think the router needs replaced, but I've been too lazy to get around to it.

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