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Wireless detection is faulty. It appears to detect some networks (usually low-signal ones), but it doesn't detect our own wireless network router which is a few feet away. I have another laptop and it connects to the router just fine. The router settings aren't restricting anything, no firewalls set up, no limits on the number of laptops that can connect to it, no time limits, etc.

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Hi Thanks for your question.
You can try and change the channel that router is broadcasting on. This can be an issue sometimes. Change it to something popular like channel 4 or 8. I hope this was helpful. Good Luck

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