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Hi I have for the first time connected the 'Speedtouch'121g wireless adapter to my just purchased Orange wireless router.I can connect using a wired connection but cannot connect using the wireless adapter .I am running windows xp2.(keeps saying no networks within range).I have tried everything i know,and also help from Orange. Is their a check I can do to see if the adapter is faulty?.
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    yes it is there in d/m

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Is your adapter recognized in the device manager?

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  • dennis joel golez Feb 17, 2008

    you have to first setup the wireless router, setup it while being wire connected to the wireless router. laso make sure that the orange is set to braodcast or else your computer will never be able to sarch for the wireless signal.

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