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Lost complete internet connection and can not get it back

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  • wildcat777 Oct 05, 2008

    two computers hooked up wirelessly to router. Both connected via buffalo cards. One stays connected. The other kicks out and I can't figure out how to get it reconnected. Can I compare setting on the one connected and then redo the one that is out? If so which connections/configurations should I look at?

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That's frustrating but you will need to give more detail. Can you connect to the router? Can you see other wireless network points in the area? what model of WAP is it?

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