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Unable to connect wireless

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#1 Gene F

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Posted 13 August 2009 - 05:50 PM

After a series of problems with our old router, we upgraded to a wireless-N. The lights on the router are flashing-- the light for the wired desktop and the light for this laptop when I plug an Ethernet connection in flash, and the wireless light and the other lights (except for the power on) all flash. With the Ethernet connection, I am able to get online, though the icon tells me that I have "limited or no connectivity." Speed is 54.0 megabytes and signal strength is excellent. I have run the cisco magic reconnect and the windows reconnect and am not able to get anything that helps.
I have powered down everything and powered back up-modem, then router, then computers, and that hasn't helped. I replaced the Ethernet cable from the cable modem to the router, thinking that might help, but no change.
What am I missing?

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