Posted 28 July 2007 - 09:29 AM
Try connecting through the router with a wire before trying the wireless connection.
Try resetting the wireless router (without any security) to obtain connectivity - then put the security back on afterwards
Try deleting your network connections, then your network device, then reboot and let Windows re-detect everything. Then setup the new connection to see if you can achieve connectivity.
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