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Posted 08 June 2008 - 10:51 AM
Code Poet, thanks for the reply. I do have another computer with a wireless adapter. After going through the process of trying to create a home network using the "set up a home or small office network" wizard built into my Windows XP operating system, it seems that it should be very easy. But I have had no success.
My laptop computer is acting strange and may be the reason why I cannot create the network. I can no longer connect to the internet properly. The computer tells me that it recognizes my wireless access to the internet (wireless router) and claims that it is connected, but I cannot receive any data, only send. The fault is not with the router, because it woks fine with my other compters.
I thought that since my laptop claims that it is connected to the router, that I could still create the network and the laptop would recognize it. Maybe that was a bad assumption!
I have tried to fix the problem with my laptop, but have had no success there. It looks like I am due for a trip to the computer repair shop! Such a shame; I finally get some internet speed and a new wirless printer and my system craps out on me! Note: the wireless printer is not the culprit. Though I bought the printer prior to the problems, it was still in the box when the internet connection problem crept up.
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