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Wireless-B 2.4GHz. Connected router to internet. Wireless-B light blinks. Internet light stays on but no internet service.

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Be sure you entered wpa or wep keys correctly. power off your modem wait 10 seconds then power back on. may not be getting ip address.be sure you installed wireless drivers.

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