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I have a gateway m-6752 notebook pc and i have a problem with my wireless. when iam on the internet it kicks me off it and when i try to get back on the internet it just says diagnose and when i click diagnose it just the problem can't be fixed and i can't get to the internet.

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Try rebooting your wireless hub if this doesn't work disable the firewall on your notebook and try again (it may be a security issue)

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