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Wireless connection available but not connecting?


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#1 arrowstation

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 12:43 PM

My laptop says that my wireless connection is available but it's not connecting. I have Windows 7 on an HP G60 Laptop. I just did a virus scan and it was fine.
I was just connected to the internet this morning, left my laptop for a few hours , and then came back to find no connection.
PLEASE help, I MUST connect by tonight.

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 01:56 PM

My laptop says that my wireless connection is available but it's not connecting. I have Windows 7 on an HP G60 Laptop. I just did a virus scan and it was fine.
I was just connected to the internet this morning, left my laptop for a few hours , and then came back to find no connection.
PLEASE help, I MUST connect by tonight.


Hello Arrowstation,

I would be glad to help you with this problem, however I need some background information first. The network your connecting to is it your own personal one located at your home, is it a work network, free network such as one at a Starbucks or what not?

Thanks!
Miles
Student of Networking & Network Security




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