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Wireless Connection Hi, We have recently signed up to ADSL broadband, and with this we purchased a Belkin 4-port wireless modem/router. we have followed the instructions of the service provider to config the router, however when I go to pick up the wireless connection the computer does not seem to find any wireless connection available. My Laptop has a Intel(R) PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3B Mini PCI Adapter installed from when it was purchased. In conclusion I'm stumped. Thanks Steve

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  • Murdo Maciver May 11, 2010

    what make & model of laptop do you have & what OS are you running? Have you tried pressing the button or key that enables & disabled wireless on the laptop?

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I think there is no need to replace the ADSL2+ Router.
Belkin is fine and should work well in combination with the D-Link Router and you would get the downlink data rate up to 300Mbps.
I recommended that you use Belkin Router as ADSL Modem and Dlink to provide wireless access. (Instead of buying ADSL Modem)
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