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Wireless connected but not getting access to the internet

Hi,
I am connected to the wireless network in my home.
Status: Connected,
Signal Strength: Excellent
Yet still when I try to load a page from the internet I am repeatedly unsuccessful.........
Urgent Help Required.
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Check to see if u have the fire wall for your anti virus on and the firewall for windows is on if they are turn one off .both can not be running at the same time

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