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Router Netcomm NB-5540 11g type 54Mbps

My Laptop Dell does not pick up this wireless router for some reasons.

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Re: Router Netcomm NB-5540 11g type 54Mbps

Was the router installed on your computer? Try calling the manufacturer or whom you recieved the router from. Don't see a reason why the router shouldn't work.

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