Try configuring your WLAN card to use wireless mode b/g only.
We are having the same problem - do we change the WLAN card on the laptop or on the router? Many thanks
Have you updated to the latest firmware (v1.02.03build03)?
We found an issue with Intel Centrino chipsets caused by an Intel driver update. There is a fix in the latest WHW firmware.
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