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We are seeing more and more clients having issues connecting to the internal wireless network.
Recently my computer has become a victim of this too.
Find your wireless driver right click select uninstall.
These products are no longer actively supported by Microsoft.
Beside, in Windows XP SP1 computer, the WPA encrypted wireless network can be connected without error too.
The error only surface on pre-SP2 Windows XP on both WPA and WPA2 protocols, and WPA2 on Windows XP SP2.
By default, Windows XP does not has native support for WPA in Windows XP (which only added via KB815485 WPA support patch and via Service Pack 2), and no native support for WPA2 until Windows XP SP3.
To verify that the unable or cannot connect to the wireless network is indeed cause by lack of support in Windows XP, right click on the Network Connections icon on the system tray (notification area), then go to Wireless Network tab.