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Connection problems Hi, I have installed the adapter but keep getting "limited or no connection" status notices, when I go through the repair connection promt it ends with an invalid IP Adress as the reason for problem ???

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  • munro276 Sep 27, 2008

    Exactly the same problem. Using a Netgear DG834N router, works fine with my PC. My son uses a Belkin wireless adaptor and although it recognises the wireless network displays the 'little or no connectivity' message.

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I think that if your ipaddress will not properly.second thing is that if your firewall is on then off that one or proxery server is there also show this message
or your dns value. if you using dhcp then you give the ip address then also not come the internet.

try this things

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