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I have a connection problem saying "Windows could not connect to any of your preferred wireless networks. Windows will keep trying to connect......" The wireless button in my laptop was on and i can see all the available networks. I've also tried to change every possible input in the of the preferred network properties but i still i cannot connect to my wireless.

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    I tried to turn off the modem and router but i still cannot connect.

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Have you tried powering off you modem and router, then re-powering them after 30 seconds? peace, abz

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