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Can't receive wireless signal from main computer

I have a wireless computer that is not receiving the signal from our main computer. It states that the problem is inaccessible to the access point. What is my solution?

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You have to make a new wireless connceton and instal the serial number off of the wireless modem in to the new computer to set it up to recive and send on the network you also have to set up network shares and need to be the administrater to do so,

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