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I have my wireless adapter connected and it shows my required network in the list, but I am not able to connect to it

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  • rharper272 Jan 21, 2009

    I can see the networks and it usually automatically connects to mine but now it cannot aquire the address and will not connect at all. I tried running diagnostics etc and they say my network key does not match router which is stupid as I have checked and double checked the code and it is correct as other people can connect.

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I have belkin f5d7050 wireless adapter load up ok but computer says cant recognise it

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I had trouble with linksys router and modem, it saw connection but would not connect. I found that my network adapter (drivers) were not installed. Make sure you check that the drivers are installed. If it looks like it, then uninstall then re-install again.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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