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I have a desk top computer & a laptop computer. My desk top internet works fine, but I have a Netgear Router for my laptop. I once was using my laptop on line, no problem, but now I cant go on line with my laptop. Help

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Seeting may have got lost in yuor network. I would reset the router, and set it up again, It is possible it could have lost your IP.... thats a starter, take your laptop to other places where there is wifi and make sure its not your wireless card.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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