This has been tested on an IBM ThinkPad 390 running WinXP PRO using the Microsoft 802.11g Wireless Notebook Kit's MN-720 PCMCIA wireless NIC card. The driver installed fine.
THREE KEY ISSUES people run into that hinder functionality:
1. Wireless Zero Configuration service is not running in your services. Right Click on My Computer | Manage | Services and Applications | Services | make sure any Wireless refer
2. The MS Base Station Management application that is on the original cd is odd, it works independently from the OS configurations when you try to configure the NIC's connection to the base station. Don't fix it if it is not broken, but it is my recommendation to NOT install the application at all. You don't need it anyway. You can web into it to configure the base station anyway. I would suggest configuring the connection using the application first if you did install it, then use the WinXP OS's built-in configuring capability..right clicking on LAN icon on taskbar and then select the View Available Wireless Connections text...make sure saved profiles [what you see on the bottom half] is not conflicting with anything.
3. People often do not configure the wireless access points properly all too often as well. Make sure you have the correct encryption level, passphrase, WEP, WPA, WPA-PSK, using TKIP or whatever etc. Just make sure you set this part up right before blaming the driver for user-err's. :) Sometimes you have to just pull the power adapter out for a bit and replug it in and you'll find it was the base station that was hosing things up."
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