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I can not connect to internet throught wireless roater

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  • steven berryman Mar 07, 2009

    i get wireless to my computer but it wont connect to my wireless cable modem gateway cga14wg.netgear.Will it connect?

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Helloo!
Well, Basically you ned to install the driver of the Ethernet Card, or the device you connect to your computer through usb ports.
then, you need to activate the wireless option on the roater if you havent already done so, or if you don't see the led sayin wifi active on the roater front panel.
I hope it works for you, if not, plz provide me with more options about your roater mark and version.

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As no router name is given try going online with the ethernet connection 1st of works get the wireless key , and change the wireless channel to higher frequency  for xp start-control panel-switch to classicview- network connection -wireless network connection -right click -ciew avail netwiro connection . select ur network - click connection add the key and ur connected vista start-ctrl panel- classic view- network and sharing centre - manage network connection- wireless network connection- right click connect or disconnect -security or phass pharase enter the wireless key u r connected  its fixya

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