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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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192.168.1.1 then enter the password, and your up, let me know...
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I doubt the 3 Linksys are all faulty.
Without more information, it is difficult to diagnose your problem.
What error messages are you getting?
Please click on this link and follow my instructions, it may solve your problem :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559120-wireless_router_disconnecting
If you still have problems, please provide me more details and error messages.

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Try without using Wireless Encryption (password).

Try changing channels; default is 6; try 1 or 11.
Change your SSID: personalize it
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Check the advanced wireless settings and make sure MAC filtering - DISABLED.

Reset the Linksys router by pressing RESET for 30 seconds should everything fails and re-configure. Firmware is another consideration BUT this is just a new release.

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