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Limited or no connectivity with my blitzz 802.11b wireless card

Everytime i try and connect to my router it says limited or no connectivity i have the correct network key.. i was wondering if there was a blitzz customer service number if yall couldn't help me

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My computer did the samething so i took it to a computer repair shop and they reconfiguered the network connections and now it works fine, but bring your router with you so they can reconfigure that too. it cost my 25 bucks and i think that it was worth it. It saved me alot of headache

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I see that you are having issue with your Internet Connection, Limited or no connectivity is a possible issue with your network key / security key on the router and your laptop.

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