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Did you configure security on the new router? If so, it probably defaulted to WPA which is not supported by the 2662W. You could switch to WEP but it's really no better than no security.
Another possibility is that the router is not configured to support 802.11b which is the only protocol supported by the 2662W. If this is the case, you will need to allow 802.11b.
A better solution in either case would be to get a new wireless card for the desktop. The one you have now is very outdated both in speed and security ability and a much better one can be had for as little as $10.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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