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Can not connect to router from laptop

My network was working fine. Now I can not connect from my laptop, or use my printer.

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  • Checkmate123 May 14, 2008

    Can not connect to router from laptop was working fine before. Desk top works fine.

  • serra baby
    serra baby May 11, 2010


    hello!



    -- do you have other wireless computer or device that is working on the network?
    -- what is the model number of the wireless adapter that you are using?
    -- have you check if the wireless settings on your router are still configured correctly?

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You need a wireless printer server to get your printer to work.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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