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Netgear Wireless adapter --got the adapter to work...had connectivity, got onto theinternet but then after reboot no connectivity but shows the adapter is working and has "good" connectivity--is there a troubleshooting I should know about?

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Go to start, run, type in services.msc
scroll down to wireless zero confg (double click)
make sure the service is started and set to auto
then click apply

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