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Wont connect to wireless network

This wireless adapter has worked fine for months untill it says, not connected, everytime i try to mess with the little icon it dissapears

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Re: wont connect to wireless network

First, I suggest trying a different USB port. remove the adapter and the icon should disappear, so if the usb port is loose or broken that may be why its acting like that. Plug it into a different port and try it. You may have to reinstall the driver for the next usb port depending on your system

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