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How do you connect your wireless router to your netbook..?
you must have an internet connection with your service provider or isp(internet service provider),...
connect it with your wireless router modem, or modem to wireless router to your wifi laptop,.
make sure power of your modem and wireless router is on there was an ac power cord it needs to be plug...
next in to your laptop install the wifi driver,... to know that it is intalled go to my computer(windows xp/?)right click then properties go to harware tab then device driver look for yellow ? and intall driver if necessary that your wireless connection driver is not install...
if done and install go to start menu then connect to --> show all connection--> wireless connection and done it will connect... sometimes theres a security u need to type wep key,, etc etc..
If your computer is able to go online through the modem Then you need to connect the computer to the router ad the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP. Click Here for step by step by instructions
The wireless configuration is set differently on routers, eg the SSID, and encryption. You need to configure the wireless LAN card in the laptop to connect/communicate with the different routers.
Some wireless LAN card allow you to setup different profiles/settings for different wireless routers. Eg one setting for the office and one for home, which allows easy connection to the Internet by selecting the appropriate profile/setting.
You may simply have incompatibility issues, there now where near as problimatic as they used too but still exists. First off make sure that when you try to connect that you have the right security settings, (if used the disk from the router or had somebody install it you should have written it down). When configuring your router always do it with a hard wire connected so as you don't drop yourself every time you change a wireless setting. Take your laptop to a free wifi hotspot as way to make sure that your wireless card actually works. But if you can see your network it sounds more like a security setting issue.
look for a program on the web called Net Stumbler It should be here http://www.stumbler.net/ That will show the signal level from your router. I have seen this before and it could be several different problems 1. Someone else on your channel 2. Burned out ant or output section in the router 3. Broken Ant wire in laptop