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I have purchased a verizon 5 spot. I can get it to work with my toshiba with w/7 but can't get it to work with my toshiba L3550 with vista. I can get it to work with a dlink unit but it is inconvenient. Is there anything I can do to make it work without the dlink? It recognizes the wifi signal but will not connect. Help please! verizon does not have the answers...........

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I have the same problem with a Acer laptop they claim the security settings need to be relaxed on the 5spot, but it still does not work I am ready to take it back.

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