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This laptop cannot connect to this router...


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#1 djpanic

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:17 PM

My laptop won't connect to this router. It has before! But even when it did it was spotty. I have 3 other Computers here (old HP, netbook and a Macbook). All three connect flawlessly. The laptop in question connects fine at all other places. I've tried rebooting everything. I tried reinstalling the wireless, reconfiguring, release and renew, flushdns, adjusting settings, etc., Laptop is a 2 yr old Acer Aspire AS3810TZ-4078 with an Intel Wifi link 1000 BGN adapter. Any ideas would be gladly appreciated. I'm going to see if there's a newer driver but I felt like I might have already done that too... Help!

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