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Wireless problems I have Airlink101 AR525W router and I can't connect to my latop (wireless card ok) and this router it's connect to my pc too. Can you help me to setup my laptop to the internet Thank's p.d. sorry by my english

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Pls. help me connect my router so that i can use my laptop

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