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Public wireless conection unable to connect

My hp 520 laptop does not work wireless connection. It display no wireless connection available. But the public wireless connection there.

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Hello It`s probably your wireless router that`s not working, or you could be too far away from the antenna.
Is the power supply working, for the router, are the cable set right, is the router on, are your internet connection working.

You can take the router, to a computer repair shop and let them test it.
The router must be connected like this:


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But the wireless setup code for it, is different from one router to another.
If the wireless is working elsewhere, the pc is not the issue.

Good luck

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