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Green wireless led won't come on

Hi. I have my router connected with all settings ok! I have a dsl internet connection through my desktop pc. I have acces to the Internet and open web pages normally.But still when I try to connect to the Internet through my laptop it' won't work. I checked to my router page 192.168.0.1. for the settings and all seem to be fine. In the wireless settings section i have checked the Enable Wireless Access Point but still nothing. The green (wireless) led on the router won't come on and my laptop won't actually "see" the router. In the Setup Acces List I tried to find the mentioned radio buttons but i can't see them.
I'd be very happy if you could give me a solution to this.

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Sakis

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Try upgrading the firmware of your router.

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