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Your laptop should come with an Ethernet connection as well as wireless connections, try making a wired connection via your Ethernet port, these are usually more reliable than wireless connections.
When I have experienced these sort of problems it is usually because of a missing driver.
Check that you have the proper drivers for your internet connections installed, these should come on a disk that is supplied with your laptop.
Finally check this link for Microsoft's official network trouble shooter. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows-vista/troubleshoot-network-connection-problems.
1. go to Device Manager and check all drivers if nothing is missing...if yellow exclamation point.. found-update specified driver
2. In device manager under network adapter is where you check the driver if
there's no icon on it like exclamation point..
3. if all drivers are updated-tried to connect to the
4. if this is a laptop. make sure the radio button/
wireless switch is on.. in connecting the network.
5. if this is a desktop, make sure the wireless adapter is
6. if still unable to connect try to contact your service
provider and make sure you have the right WEP/ network key to connect to your
uninstall the wireless driver and then reinstall it again and then install the vga driver and do the wireless configuration from the router page,and then try and install the wireless driver of xp and also install the vga driver of xp.......good luck.....
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