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I have a Dynex 802.11 Wireless G laptop Card. I was not reading my signal from th router. A netgear tech told me to uninstall and reinstall the card. My system is not founding the new hardware to reinstall. I need help..

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It may be your Lan settings not configured.To check this go to tools in int explorer and click on connections/LAN/SETTINGS.Make sure the box,"Automatically detect settings,"is ticked.

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