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Internet Problems (fast Help?)


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#1 FRISC0

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 02:13 PM

I need some fast help please!

Basically, my pc is the only one that connects to the internet and one laptop in our house.

Our 2nd computer will find the internet, say its connected but not work. My Wii also doesnt connect anymore.

I've noticed on my computer that i have NETGEAR 1, 2 + 3. When it starts it connects to NETGEAR 1 which doesnt allow me to use the internet but says its connected. To connect to NETGEAR 2 or 3 (which work) i have to disconnect from the internet via my computer and re-connect for it to find the working connections.

Is there something that's going wrong?

I would like:
1. My computer to connect to internet without having to mess about everyday
2. Wii to connect
3. 2nd computer to connect.

if anyone can give something for me to try, i'm willing to try it. I'd need a step by step on what to do though :thumbsup:
thanks
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Posted 19 April 2008 - 08:28 AM

Can't anyone help me? :thumbsup:

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 06:27 AM

actually can't understand which problems you facing...
you use modem/router/hub/switch to connect to internet?




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