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Samsung R60 plus - not connecting to wireless network

I'm trying to find our new bt hub with my computer but it keeps saying it can see I have a wirelss connection but it's unable to connect. I'm unable to see any wireless networks on my computer although I have used it previously. I've tried to load the disc but it still won't pick anything up any suggestions on how I can resolve this please.
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    im havin the same prob with aol, its a heap of crud

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Have you tried setting the wireless adapter settings to the default? Have you tried uninstalling the wireless adapter and re-installing it? Do you have a home network setup with an encryption key?

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