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Can't connect wirelessly to Belkin Router

I have a Belkin High Speed Mode Wireless G Router. For the last 2 years I have never had a problem with connecting wirelessly. However in the last few weeks both my computor and my boyfriends laptop have been unable to connect to the wireless network. Both can now and again find the wireless network however cannot connect to it when they do find it. However the computor downstairs which is connected to the wireless router via an ethernet cable can access the internet with no problems. We have tried changing the router to another Belkin one, however the problem still persists. I was wonderign if anyone has had the same problem or knows of a solution.
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Hi, I have tried all the different settings on the router and as far as I am aware there shouldn't be anything interfering with the signal as we have nothing else that is wireless. I just can't figure out what It may be lol!

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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Have you customized the wireless settings of you router (e.g. ssid, wireless channel, wireless security)? if not, try to change your router's ssid or the wireless channel. it could be that some wireless devices are interfering with your signal.

hope this'll help you.

ciao!

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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