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Got a home network with a cable modem, router in my living room, and a laptop and desktop in bedrooms. Router is connected along with the cable modem in the living room pc. Mcafee firewall said that i had an intruder on my wireless network, and the live chat assistant told me to run a network clean up wizard. After that the intruder was still visible in the wireless network. Now the 2 computers in the bedrooms still have access to the internet, but when trying to access internet in living room pc, it gives the message that the page cannot be displayed except that in the bottom right panel it says it is connected to the home network.

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