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Card is green, wireless router is green , but no internet

I just got a used Dell Latitude 600 with a new Dynex card (was still in package), it flashes both green lights, also laptop says conneted very good signal....The Verizon wireless dsl router/modem light works on my desktop PC.... but laptop says "can't find server" I have tried several websites, and same message... I am not very computer smart...but hope you can help.

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  • catbells32 Nov 06, 2008

    Yes sorry I forgot to mention....that I can get online with the laptop with the ethernet cat5 cable that I use on my desktop PC...and go to any web site just fine...I have disabled Zonealarm too ..thank you for your reply.

  • catbells32 Nov 06, 2008

    No limited or no connectivity message... got it once when I changed the TPC thing to look for nearest ...so put it back to the way it was ...and get - connected, very good signal...

  • catbells32 Nov 09, 2008

    Please reply ..

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R u c'in any message as limited r no connectivity in wireless connection,did u chk if u r able to go online wth the cable connection in ur laptop

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