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Dell Laptop won't connect to my router

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#1 Gixx


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Posted 10 January 2009 - 12:07 AM

I have two dell laptop's in my house. One being a Inspiron E1505, and the other being an Inspiron 1501. My E1505 connects to my linksys range max router just fine. The 1501 used to have no problems connecting to it months ago, and now all of a sudden the 1501 won't connect properly. I reset my router and set everything back up again, and the E1505 connects just fine, but the I cannot get the 1501 to connect to the internet. The 1501 can connect to other wireless routers, and get online just fine. When I go to see my available wireless networks I connect to the proper one, and it says it connects and says the signal strength is excellent, but I get no connection to the internet via firefox or IE. Any suggestions??? I've lost my patience with the damn thing. :thumbsup:

Thanks for your help,

Edited by Gixx, 10 January 2009 - 12:08 AM.

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