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CANNOT CIONNECT TO WIRELESS ORANGE NETWORK

PUT ALL DETAILS IN FINDS MY WIRELESS CONNECTION BUT AFTER TRYING TO CONNECT MESSAGE SAYS INTERNET CONNECTION DISCONNECTED

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  • vickiec Jan 23, 2009

    the netbook is acer aspire one i think it is linux this is all foreign to me so bear with me when i try to connect to the internet through wireless router which i got from wanadoo some time ago and which i have two other laptops in use it finds networks with full bars but when i try to connect the message says connection is disconnected

  • vickiec Jan 25, 2009

    it is a new laptop i did start from scratch and create a new connection i have right clicked on network settings and properties everything seems fine until i click connect it searches then says network connection has disconnected, i have used the laptop no prob with wired connection

  • George Bill
    George Bill May 11, 2010

    XP, Vista, cable, Dsl, router, modem? you need to include all info so you can get an answer that works, or you will get a lot of guesses.

  • Allan Claunch
    Allan Claunch May 11, 2010

    Please provide a few more details. Is this your home or public network? What is the operating system (Windows XP, Vista, Leopard, etc...) of your computer.

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Is this a new laptop, or was it working and just stoped.. When it says internet connection is disconnected, did you try setting up the wireless settings, or just turn it on and it didn't work. If its the latter, right click on the network settings "properties" and see if it's showing. If not then look on tht same page and select "create a new connection". It will set up our laptop, just follow the directions
You may be asked to connect a wired connection to yyour router, until it gets the information it needs, at some point it will ask you to remove the wire, that should get u going, ty

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