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In response on this you may try this FF steps:
try to reset the router you are using there.
uninstall the wireless lan driver on your primary
reinstall again the device driver.
check & make sure that your IP address was set on Auto obtain IP Adress:
Let me know for further clarifications. & update me for the status of this
Posted on May 31, 2009
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