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Wireless-G LinkSys Model WAP54G random Internet Access

I have 30 computers hooked up to this system. Each computer has a separate external wireless card plugged into the USB port (from Dell). We are hooked to the school Novel network system I have random access to the Internet at times which means a random 1-6 of the 30 computers are not connecting to the Internet. I've tried resetting the Internet hookup on the task bar, unplugging and replugging the wireless card and/or wireless G Access Point and sometimes this works. Sometimes resetting the computer will work. I currently have 5 computers that will not connect to the Internet (not random). Are there any other tricks I can do that don't involve our tech people so I can receive immediate access? I have 30 students in each class and we rotate every 42 minutes so, as you can see, time is of the essence. Thanks! D-Link WIRELESS G USB 2.0 ADAPTER - no longer connects to the internet, computer/USB does not recognize adapter

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RE-INSTALL THE D-LINK USE APATER OR DO DOWNLOAD THE DRIVER OF LATEST VERSION OF IT WWW.D-LINK.COM/PRODUCT.

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