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Wg511t on thinkpad 1400

I have installed xp rpo sp2 and using a wg511t card to acces my router. can't get the card to regonized any networks. can someone help

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Make sure that the router and the wireless computer has the same wireless settings. That is assuming that the wireless adapter has been correctly installed on the computer.

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