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No wireless connection

My 2wire wireless adapter all of a suddent stopped working and now it the computer can not locat the network. tried restarting the pc, hittinghte repair button on the screen, removing the connection and reactivating it. Any ideas would be great

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Try 2 disconnect and reconnect the adapter, turn off the router and power it back again,set the wirless channel to 9 r 11 it will work

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