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How can you help me to get on line with my IPAQ?

Wireless networks says connected, but I still can surf the internet.

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Fairly comprehensive answer to write out so here is a link, and navigate to the connectivity section

http://www.hp.com/ctg/Manual/lpia8010.pdf

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