I have 2 computers and a netgear router-the wireless laptop is not connecting to the internet, but the hardwired desktop computer is. Please help! I am not particularly computer savvy
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Usually there are 2 types of wireless connections, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Your laptop may not be able to connect to one of these connections, so it may be incompatible with your router. You can try buying a USB networking card (no more than $20). It will plug into one of your USB ports and should allow you to connect to your router. Hope this helps!
I dont think there is anything wrong between your router.It's probably some other problem with the wireless pc..Also I am assuming you are using windows environment? If yes be careful when updating as there is a problem with internet explorer 8 and compatibility issues with some sites, even with youtube.com at the current moment.
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If your Desktop computer is hardwired to the router and your laptop computers can't connect wirelessly, it could be your wireless computers are not synchronized with your router by not having the same settings as the router.
You can use the desktop machine to access your router web interface (setup page) to check the wireless settings such as SSID (Network Name-> Name of your wireless signal shown on your laptop computers), channel and security (wether it is WEP or WPA encryption)
The channel and network name will be automatically detected by the wireless computers. If you have an encryption/security on the router, you need to type the password on the wireless computers for them to authenticate.