Question about Computers & Internet
Yes, it may be that the wireless card that you have is defective or its disabled. If you can connect by using a direct network cable (cat5) connection to the router (if its a combo router ) from your PC's network card ( not necessarily your wireless card unless its also a combo) then the router is good. You may also need to upgrade your wireless driver or may just need the correct driver.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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