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Limited to no connectivity error on a Toshiba laptop with XP. What does this mean and how can I fix this? Bill

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This means that you may have security enabled on your router and you have not keyed in the correct passkey in your laptop, or your wireless connection in control panel>connections is not set to obtain an ip address automatically in the properties tab

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click on start > control panel > network connections
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After the restart, please check the network connection if is still says connected now or it is disconnected. We will check where we can proceed from there.

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Take some time to polish-up your resume', since any company that is telling you to "downgrade" is a Neanderthalic place to work, especially if they cannot supply you with the "correct" (in their limited vision) tools (namely a laptop running XP) to enable you to work for them.


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