I have a Dell Latitude D610. It has Intel Pro/wireless 2200 BG. All of a sudden my icon gets stuck on aquiring network address when I enable the wireless. Stangest thing is I get an IP. LOL. I get an IP and I can surf or whatever. The Intel software says I'm connected and shows the stats, but the windows wireless icon is down there saying aquiring network address. Anyone know how to fix this? It works, but I'd like to see the icon work correctly. Someone help me out with this. :)
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