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Adapter does not detect wireless network

I'm putting this adapter on my desktop in another room. I know the adapter can find and connect to the network as I had it connected to a Tivo box. The adapter is from D-Link.

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Check to see if is compatible with tivo.
Some units are not compatible with tivos...

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