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Connecting to the acces point (router) but not to the internet

I have installed a wireless G- usb adapter. But now the wireless assistent mentions that I am succesfully connected to the acces point, but not to the internet. I have already entered my passphrase, but it still does not connect.

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    I have the same problem.

  • Colton Gilbert May 11, 2010

    do you have a firewall enabled?



    yourfirewall could be blocking your connection to the internet. Disable your firewall and let me know if you can then

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I had a similar problem and solved it this way: Go to Start > All Programs > (the name of your USB adapter). In that folder there should be a "manager" or some type of program. Run it. One of the settings should read "AP mode" or "Station mode". When I switched from AP to Station, suddenly a list of available networks popped up. And my problem was solved. Hopefully that will work for you too. GregM23

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