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My computer shows wireless connection as connected but i can not browse.

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Reason of secure connection/ very slow net connection. Any msg you have got during browse??

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thanks for your time.... now, as i understand you correctly.. even though you seem to be connected ot the internet wirelessly, you are not able to pull out webpages right?

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