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Can't get Internet service with my d-link router

I have a d-link router and usb connected to my pc. Although the system says I am connected, the Internet consistently says "not available". However, if I put a laptop on the same network, the laptop can access the Internet but the desktop system cannot.

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Then check the firewall disable it and proxy sever disable it then you get it

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First up, check that the router is broadcasting SSID and also disable any security so you can test the system and establish a link. Once you have done this you can add security in later

You may find THIS program useful in your testing to establish that the router is transmitting and there are no other routers in the area on the same channel.

Also check that the USB wifi is enabled and transmtting.

It may be suseful to post the exact model numbers of the USB wifi and the router along with your system OS.

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2. Try to set up router to different security, this problems may happens for WPA authentication.

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