Help Stop the Pending!!!
Posted 07 January 2008 - 10:39 PM
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Posted 09 January 2008 - 04:54 AM
Posted 26 April 2008 - 03:37 PM
Like everyone else on this thread I got the dreaded "Pending ........" problem. Out of the box I managed to get the eeePC to connect to one of my two WLANs. The first, based on an Airport Extreme Base Station (Apple), would not connect which I found out was to do with my use of spaces in the WPA keyphrase. So I switched across to my Sky Netgear DG934T. And that worked, for one single instance. I updated the eeePC and allowed it to re-boot and that was it. Bang! No more Wireless, just dozens of "Pending ....." results no matter what I did.
After about an hour of it I had enough - sitting right next to it and with me was my Macbook Pro quite happily attaching to the same router without any problem whatsoever. Then, something someone said in another thread struck a thought. I took my eeePC up to the study where the pair of routers are located and the eeePC attached to the Netgear without any problem whatsoever. In fact I have now brought it back down to the same location that I had trouble setting it up in and it works 100% fine there. I have also taken it a bit further away to see if I can get it to drop off he WLAN but it is quite happy to work wherever the Macbook Pro does!
At the time I was having all the troubles the signal strength display on the eeePC indicated that both my WLANs were seen at 100%. So I would think that even if the eeePC transmitter is a bit weaker - and why not - it should not be 90% or more weaker surely?
To be honest, I don't think that is what it was - but there is probably a good reason that it has managed to initialise its first connection to the WLAN and from which it is more than happy to resume now.
Weird really. I've not seen this kind of behavior before - and I do this for a living!!!
Posted 11 January 2010 - 03:52 PM
Posted 12 January 2010 - 10:45 AM
Hope this helps
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