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AirDash USB stick problems finding the wireless signal from the router

Loading the AirDash USB stick and it won't work. Seems to find the signal from the wireless router, but won't connect to the internet. When we Scan for signals, comes up blank. We are using the TRENDnet wireless firewall router.

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You may need to go into the wireless router and turn the wireless option on,

if you have set up a security key, or one is set up automatically you need to put that key into the software of the Airdash USB stick setup,

good luck
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