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Wireless connection won't work

My granddaughter has a Gateway laptop computer for some reason she can't get it to connect to the internect now. It keeps saying unsecure site and won't connect. I don't have the Brand and Model. Can you help me help her.

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You might have to check the securiy settings in internet explorer - they may be set too high.

You havn't given much more information so can't give much more help.

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Tony

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