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Will not connect to network

Cannot get ipod to connect to my wireless home network which I already have several computers on which I networked myself.

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    Derek Powers May 11, 2010

    Have you typed the password in correctly? Do you know how many devices your router supports at once wirelessly?

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This is quite simple you just go to: settings-wifi-browsers name-(wep or wpa) etc - then secure it your very welcome

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