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Dell xp wont connect to the internet thru this router.

Hi,Using inspiron 9300 with XP, trying to connect to the internet using att gateway router. letting windows manage connection, correct network key, using wpa2. All worked fine in my apt in nyc but when i came down south to my sisters house laptop wont connect to router...any suggestions...Thanks

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I think that the settings in your sister laptop is the problem. See if it is using static ip ad and if it is using it, try to use dynamic to get an ip to the router.

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