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No network signal.

My compaq 2000 XP windows won't get any wireless network signal outside the house.Can you please suggest any solutions? I am at home at the moment on my laptop,if you can please take a moment to give me a call on 301-931-1362, i would greatly appreciate it, thanks. IAN.

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  • naty2128 Aug 15, 2008

    Hi, I`m Natalia. I have the same problem that wailer. I installed all drivers on mi pc, but I can`t get any signal. This wasn´t happening before.. I don´t know why this happens now.... I really hope you could help me... this is so important to do my job... I apologize for my english.... sorry..

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