Just guessing, it sounds like you have a WEP key mismatch.
Just so we are on the same page...am I reading correctly that one laptop works and the others do not?
If one laptop is functioning then the device is functioning.
I would test by turning off the WEP at the AP.
It is possible that the others will begin working while the one that did work will stop working. Maybe...depends on how you have it set up.
I would turn off the WEP encryption at the AP and start over. This should let you know if the AP works and the clients work, remember to disable WEP on the clients as well. Once you have established that all the encryption disabled clients work on the encryption disabled AP then start putting it back together. Use the cut and paste method (or load profiles)to avoid "fat-fingering" a 26 digit WEP key.
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