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The wireless computer connects, but, no internet

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#1 Jeremy James

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 11:10 PM

Hey friends,

I have a belkin G router, which, has a hardwire connection of my pc. In other words, my cable modem is connected to my belkin router, and I have one computer hardwired into it, and it works fine.

I just bought a used computer yesterday, a desktop, with a wireless card connected to it. It connects to the router just fine, but, will not connect to the internet. Just a few days ago, my wireless was working fine, and I think it still is (as I think I was using a friend's borrowed laptop on it, but, that was then.) Any suggestions on how I can make the desktop in the other room connect wirelessly?

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