Question about Sony Computers & Internet
In Network Connections (may have to access it via the Control Panel, right click the wireless and select Properties. On the Wireless Network Connection Properties box, click the Wireless Networks tab. Under the preferred networks section select the name of the network you are having a problem accessing and choose Remove. Press OK. Windows will locate the available networks. You should see the name of the wireless network listed. Click it and click Connect. Provide the necessary network key and you should be connected now.
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