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Wireless router Hi, I recently received a new Wireless Router for christmas and I had a friend come and help hook it up. The internet was working when she left.. .but the next day it just stopped. The internet works on the desktop computer but I can't get it to work on the laptop at all. Pleas help me with this problem.!!! Thanks

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Try reconfiguring the wireless settingst that you have in the router. Save the new wireless network settings and try to reconnect to the new wireless network you have just created.

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