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Can't connect new laptops to existing wireless network that already has two connected

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  • kerslake5 Dec 25, 2008

    hello is there anybody there?

  • eecom May 11, 2010

    Hi, what happens when you try to connect?

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You need to go to the routers setup page and adjust the number of connections your router will allow.

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If you can connect to other network, then that means your wireless adapter is working fine. You said that you've changed the network recently, then that might be where the problem is. You'll need to update your wireless connection. I suggest you delete the existing wireless and start a new connection to your wireless network, using the new wireless key.

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How to remove an Existing Wireless Profile (XP, VIsta, Win7)


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8. On your PC, View Wireless Network Connections
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Step 2:
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NOTE: If your wireless network is not in the list, click here to learn How to Connect to a Hidden Wireless Network. If your wireless network supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup kb17673-005_en.png, click here to learn How to Connect Using Wi-Fi Protected Setup.

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