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Wireless Problem Well....here is the prob...i have a gigafast 802.11 wireless card adapter....i went to my friends the other nite...she has wireless router...well i could connect fine and everyting...but it would nto let me surf the net at all...said page cannot be displayed...but i could connect to yahoo instant messenger and aim instant messenger..anyone have any idea?' thanx Toni

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Hi, it may be that you need to set/unset/reset your proxy settings and/or internet gateway. With either firefox or ie, it is normally in tools/option/connection. Please let me know if this works out for you or you need further assistance. Regards.

Posted on Apr 10, 2007

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