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Can't find wireless networks in range

I recently had my notebook rebuilt / restored to factory settings but am not able to get on a wireless network

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Contact your internet service provider, you pay for internet and this is part of what you pay for it is thier job to help you get connected as they know what the equipment you are trying to connect to is set at in order to tell you what changes need to be made in your laptop to enable connections

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