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My GF wireless card is not working properly. It connects to the card and the router fine, but will not connect to the net for some reason. I am using the linksys software that came with the card. The network key is fine, I am using DHCP and the SSID is fine. I can connect my laptop to the network just fine. Please help, Thank you.

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  • pointdexter6 Jul 10, 2009

    Not from her notebook, but I can from mine.

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Can you bring up the settings webpage for your router?

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