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Can't connect to internet

A big "X" appears and I don't know what to do. I have a vista.
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Start-NETWORK CONNECTIONS-right click wifi icon-click properties-click ENABLE. If DISABLE showing, click REPAIR. Hope this helps. The other possibility is no wifi service is in range. Are you able to "see" any AP's in range? Right click the wifi icon, Then click VIEW AVAILABLE WIRELESS NETWORKS. When popup is displayed, do the displayed networks have the lock symbol indicated? These are encrypted networks, and you either need the encryption key, or find an open AP. Hope this helps.

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