First, you must let your wifi card working. Right click the tray icon of the wireless connection in system tray and open the Wireless Network Connection window to make sure the connection is ready to use. If not, you’d better to find someone to help to install the wifi driver or something to make it working.
Then, try to use the software, click Start Sharing. If success, try next step, run it on the other computer and try to Connect to Virtual Access Point.
Best regards, ======= At 2010-02-05, 03:48:04 you wrote: =======
>Dear sir or madam,>I have downloaded your trial version of “Virtual Access Point” v. 2.2 trial>version to see if I can connect my computers at home, with the intention of>purchasing the full version if I can manage to do it.>I’ve got a PC with a cable DSL connection and a IEEE 802.11g Wireless>Cardbus/PCI card connected to the motherboard.>On the other hand, I have a laptop computer, also with Wifi connection.>The program installs with no problem, and detects both my cable connection>and my wifi card in my computer; however, the wifi card appears as>”Disconnectd”, and the program seems unable to connect it and emit any kind>of signal.>I’ve tried letting windows control the wifi card and not letting windows do>it, but there is no change.>I can’t understand if the problem is in any configuration about my card>outside your program (probably) or inside it.>Could you please give me a hint of how I can do it.>Thank you very much for your attention.>I look forward to hearing from you>>Javier NegueruelaXX
Since we know, Windows updates do not affect this program. So the problem may be from other issues. Try these below1. Make sure Windows Wireless Connection is working. You have turned the wifi switch on.2. Remove Prefered networks from your computer Wireless Network Connection Properties.3. On Wireless Network Connection Properties, tick on the check box “Use Windows to configure my wireless networks settings”.
And use the program to try again. Thanks.
Best regards, ======= At 2010-02-09, 20:35:01 you wrote: =======
>I have VAP and LOVE IT! Just today I downloaded a bunch of Microsoft >updates (about 35!!) onto my primary computer (XP) and now VAP isn’t working on >the secondary computer (Vista). I’m wondering if those updates have >affected it somehow. > >Computer 1 is connected and VAP says it is sharing the connection. >Computer 2 acts as if it’s connected to VAP, but will not access the internet. >It’s almost as if there is a firewall blocking it, but I don’t even think >there is a firewall on that computer and if so, I haven’t done anything with >it recently. > >Can you please help me get this thing going again?> >If you can make phone calls, you can reach me during the day at >239-470-8313 (EST). Email is okay too.> >thanks in advance,> >Staci
Please try these below1. Make sure Windows Wireless Connection is working. You have turned the wifi switch on.2. Remove Prefered networks from your computer Wireless Network Connection Properties.3. On Wireless Network Connection Properties, tick on the check box “Use Windows to configure my wireless networks settings”. And use the program to try again. Thanks. Anything I can help, please write to me.
Best regards, ======= At 2010-02-11, 00:58:37 you wrote: =======
>Hello Virtual AP Team, Input your comments here…>>Your software worked once after I purchased it now, my wireless connection will not connect.>>Do you have any suggestions?