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Check your router to see if the DHCP server is enabled. If not, then either enable that, or manually assign your wireless network card an IP etc.
Also check the router to see if it is set to have access restrictions like mac address filtering. Even with the right IP setup on your wireless card, you will still need to be authorised in the mac address list of the router to gain access.
If you don't have another computer there, or a lan cable to connect to the router, then do a reset to default and it should have most if not all of the security features off and the DHCP server on.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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