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I have did the steps and i still can't get on line

I did want the computer told me to do and i still can't get on line so want am i to do

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This is a wireless "N" Router. that means it requires a "n" version adaptor in your computer too.

I assume you cannot connect at all at this point.

Unless you have the latest in PC's your not likley to have the N version installed. Unless you got the card as well at time of purchase.

Thats OK though as this router can also handle the other types of wireless connections too. You need to go to the router setup software and enable the B and G versions of wireless and you should see the router then. Disable the N features and see what happens.

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