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New computer cannot connect to wireless

Just brought new dell, can connect to my wireless at home. Now I am visiting my parents and cannot connect to there wireless. I can pick up there nieghbors though. I worked to try to connect to in house wireless for hours but I just cannot. Help

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Is there anything interfering with the signal? such as Tv senders?

Also there could be problems with youre router, whats the router make/model?

have you checked if the wireless radio is on? also if its discoverable?

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