This post provides server support to fix wireless network problems, These Steps provides basic troubleshooting for wireless network problems, It is applied for home server support or Small business support Services
To troubleshoot wireless network connections in Windows XP, follow these steps:
1. Check the Windows Catalog at http://www.windowsmarketplace.com (http://www.windowsmarketplace.com) to determine if there is a Windows XP-compatible driver that is available for your wireless adapter.
If there is a compatible driver, install the updated driver before you perform any additional troubleshooting procedures.
If there is not a compatible driver, you may be able to use the network adapter, but its configuration and functionality may be very limited.
2. Determine if the driver that you are using recognizes the Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration service. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2. In the right pane,click Network and Internet Connections.
3. In the right pane, click Network Connections.
4. Right-click Wireless Network Connection, and then click Properties.
5. View the available options:
If you do not see the Wireless Network Connection icon in the Network Connections folder, or if you cannot view the properties, there is a problem with the driver for the wireless network adapter. To troubleshoot this problem, see the Driver installation issues section.
If you can view the properties for the Wireless Network Connection icon, but you do not see a Wireless Networks tab, see the Drivers that do not support the Wireless Zero Configuration service section to continue troubleshooting.
If you can view the properties, and you can see and use the Wireless Networks tab, see the Drivers that support the Wireless Zero Configuration service section to continue troubleshooting.
If the Authentication tab is missing in the Wireless Network Connection properties, make sure that the Wireless Zero Configuration service is running.