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Hi, lets try to get you connect!
Click the Start button , and then click (“Connect To”). Choose the wireless network from the list that appears, and then click Connect. You will see a confirmation message, when connected to the network. To confirm that you added the computer, do the following: Click to open Network. Important “Always click apply, ok, and restart the computer after making changes to the computer.” "Did this solution help?"

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