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Is my internal wifi card an antique?

I am having problems connecting to the internet remotely. Could my internal wifi card be too old to be able to receive the signal? I have a Belkin router if that makes a difference.

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Re: is my internal wifi card an antique?

It is also possible that you have set a security connection on your computer and the new router is not set to the same security settings. If they don't match, you will not connect...nor will anyone trying to 'steal' your signal.

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If this was helpful, please indicate so, if not -comment back so we can dig further to resolve this.

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My wifi in my laptop diaspeared

did you install any updates on your laptop any software updates if so

what you can do is restore your system to a date back in time when your wifi was working

use the system restore option windows xp

use the following help article at microsoft wabsite

further Queries are welcome

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