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Re: wireless internet hook up
This is generally a driver glitch. Uninstall the wireless drivers from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the wireless card and reinstall the drivers automatically. This should fix it, if not, let me know.
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Since you already have a wireless connection, it would be easy for you to connect to the wireless
network as long as you know your Network name(SSID) and wireless key which could be WEP or WPA. On the lower right hand on part on your desktop,also called the system tray,please look
for the wireless icon which looks like an antenna with radio waves. Right click on that icon and please
click "View available wireless connection," your network should appear on the list. Please click on your network name and click "Connect" to start your wireless connection. If it prompts for a wireless key or password, you could contact your Internet Service Provider to provide you with the password.
mcdevito75 here, If you use wireless internet, it make take several tries of shutting down your computer and re-starting or just simply some patience in connecting as satelight hook up is needed which you don"t control. Any other internet provider you can try to contact by phone. Hope this helps.
You may use the System restore utility on windows by going to all programs then Accessories... Open system Tools and then System Restore. You may resotre your system to an earlier time, time when you are still able to connect to your router wirelessly.
are you using wifi connection, I mean wireless connection or you're hooking up to a LAN network or through a modem connection?
If all this connection wouldn't worked out anymore, try reinstalling your Operating System!