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My computer no longer seems to recognize wireless

Can't find a network, and won't connect

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  • ahall31 Feb 26, 2008

    Problem is it worked fine for a year, all of a sudden it stops? Ahhhhhhhh! The other computers in the house work fine!

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Can u intalled network driver proper
then after chak ip address
then afre chak the netwok cable is it ok or barked

if u have wifi
chak the mac & tcp /ip address of ur wifi router

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