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What browser? if ie, do a restart. if firefox or opera, remove the browser and re-install through add/remove (xp) or programs (vista). restart and see what happens. then post result of actions here. if problem is solved, rate it.

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If possible, set up a "wired" LAN that performs as desired before trying to integrate the wireless links into your LAN. Hopefully you could do this with the desktop computer, one or both of the notebooks, and the wireless router. Does the wireless router have four hard wired LAN ports that function as a switch?

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