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Wireless probs Packard bell notebook L4

I have just set up my Orange broadband livebox and my laptop is picking up the connection, but when i try to connect it wo't and a red cross stays on the icon near the clock!! I need to find out how to reinstall my wireless adapter to try and solve the problem.

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Re: Wireless probs Packard bell notebook L4

Their website has help with your setup and problems... here is the link below Hope this helps Was my solution helpful? Please rate Thanks in advance

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