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Wireless computer can't find network, wired computer is fine.

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SOURCE: my computers can't detect wireless signal from my

Yes ! the wireless network name could be different than the wired network name.
If you connect the cable to the router and the computer it works .
check the wireless settings of the router.
Click Here for step by step solutions

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