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Connecting to internet with new network card

I just bought a 802.11g PCMCIA Wireless Network Card
so that I can get online with my laptop thru my desktop router. The card installed okay, it connected to my network with the secured password, but when I go to Internet Explorer, it says it's offline. Is there a setting somewhere that I'm missing?
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    Have the same with an EPSON card



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To check this, open Internet Explorer then go to Tools > Internet Options > Connections and make sure "Never Dial a Connection" is selected. Then go to File and make sure "Work Offline" is unchecked.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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