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When i try to connect wirelessly to the router, My Toshiba computer with Windows XP doesnt prompt me for the passcode, tries to connect and then just dies off. I am able to access internet using wired connection

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HI, please perform the below task to configure settings on the concerned computer:
Configure XP for wireless connection
Hope this allows you to resolve the issue. If you need any further assistance then please let me know.

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