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Connected to rounter but not internet

My desktop uses a linksys wireless usb adapter. I can connect to home network/router but not the internet. I have "limited access and unable to connect to the internet".

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Normally this means that you are not putting in the security key or wireless key. Click on the linksys software then go to site survey select your network then click connect and type in the correct security key.

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