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Router server always disconnected.

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  • Anonymous Jul 31, 2008

    wIRELESS-G always disconnected

  • hi2len Sep 11, 2008

    Have a DELL PC and a Laptop with a 2350 router. PC works fine with a 5100 speedstream modem but cannot get the internet signal to my laptop



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    Len

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Got the same trouble !

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