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Can't connect wireless to WRT150N.

I cannot connect wireless to WRT150N. (panasonic CF-50)
I can connect through the rj45.
I can connect wireless with other laptops.
I can connect wireless to a G type router with the CF-50.

I keep getting a blue screen at bootup.

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I cant get this thing to work

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Your hardware might not be compatible with eachother.

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