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Am trying to switch service provider - cannot send or receive e-mails, nor can we go wireless. Have been told there could be a problem with the router, or the cursor. Help!

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Hi Horlics, If you have Windows click on your Start button, go to All Programs and look for Windows Live and Click that. That should help you. Good Luck.

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