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Unable to get on the internet from my wireless connection

I had to reinstall windows after a failed attempt at resizing partitions. So I reinstalled, and installed all the HP drivers, and now my wireless card says I'm connected to my network, but when I try to access the internet or even activate windows, it will not go through.

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If you have a whitelist on your wireless router in your home, make sure that you are allowed on the list. What is happening is that you are correctly connecting to your wireless network, but your router is not allowing you to access the internet. The problem lies in your router, hopefully that should help.

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When your laptop card begins to exhibit undesirable symptoms, such as signal dropping, you can avoid a hefty repair bill by performing at-home troubleshooting.
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