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Wireless card not connecting ti internet

The computer is indicatind that the Wireless Desktop Card is working but can not connect to the internet,. No recommended wireless IP addesses are found, Please help

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    My wireless G card is the same and is currently having a simular issue where it is saying there is a connection, but it wont access any websites, its being sent packets but not receiving any, ive restarted the modem called my provider, they're telling me the card is dead, any solutions, ideas?

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Check if your wireless router is configured properly. try to reset the router to the default sitting

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