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Cant connect to internet. AVG blocking

AVG internet security version 7.5 seems to be blocking my
laptop from accessing the internet and connecting to dslextreme.com(my isp Provider) I have Vista on my laptop and XP on my desk set and they are connected by WiFi by a
router Linksys 802.11G. The desk set is protected by Nod 32.Only the laptop is protected by AVG. It is preventing me
from connecting to my wireless unsecured network. Please
advice how I can recapture this...I had it working, but I
lost it. SoI know it is possible.

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Take AVG off, go to pack.google.com and get Norton Internet Security

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