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uninstall and reinstall the wireless driver and then try and connect and what u can also try is that do the configuration of the wireless driver and made it to the g/b wireless router configuration,with the help of the ip address of the computer and with the default gateway of the computer,when u paste the default gateway of the computer on the address bar it will take u to the wireless router page and then change the configuration of the windows to the wireless channel and the wireless set of b/g or b/n/g compatible....

good luck....

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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