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How can i connect notebook and desktop wireless

I have a linksys wireless g 54gs which i had my notebook connected to and it worked fine .


when i tried to connect my desktop with linksys wireless g usb network adapter with speed booster i lost the connection with my notebook but desktop works fine.

any help would be great

thank you

Bobby

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