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Trying to connect to my home wi-fi using laptop with installed linksys wpc54g wireless adapter but the problem is when i use linksys utility it starts, but can't find wifi lans i see frozen word searching and nothing happened.. When i tried to configure it through the windows it ask me a network key, i put my wep key and then laptop trying to connect but says connection is limited or no connectivity.. I tried to remove and install it again but the same story

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Limited or no connectivity means your wlan not communicating with the router, check if you turn on the wlan switch on your laptop or try to install updated driver for you wlan

if thats a external wireless lan card try to unplug and plug it back.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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type user name as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password"

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