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Dell inspiron 1505 inbuilt wireless refuse to connect

My laptop refuse to connect to my wireless network at home. Any help will be appreciated.

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    I have reinstalled the OS. I have all the latest drivers and SP's This built in wireless will not connect. I can see the network. It is configured for DHCP. It will connect on the CAT5 cable ethernet but not on the wireless. I have spent countless hours on this.

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Reset the wireless unit and reinstall software

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