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You might want try setting the SECURITY on your wireless router as DISABLED. If you wish to use a secured wireless network, make sure you are putting in the correct SSID and password.
If you are using the Windows XP operating system, you can also try going through "START/MY NETWORK PLACES/VIEW NETWORK CONNECTIONS".
Your wireless modem and it's status should show up under "LAN or High Speed Internet".
If it does not, try setting your browser and firewall security levels to MEDIUM or NORMAL, NOT HIGH !!
Good luck !!
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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