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Wireless Laptop(Gateway) won't connect

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I just recently installed my new OS(Windows XP) into my Gateway laptop(Wireless internet) and everything including all of my programs are installed, nothing to worry about.

The only thing that's really bothering me is my wireless internet. It doesn't seem to work, but when I use my router that's connected with the dsl modem and connect it with my laptop, it works fine. The only problem is my Laptop wireless internet.

I have 2 computers that are up and running that's not wireless and both of them is using "Netgear WG111" to connect to the internet and they are working just fine. As for my dsl router(Linksys) and modem, none of them are physically connected to both of my computers including the laptop, they are just connected to the phone jack.

My Gateway laptop has wireless internet, so I believe it doesn't need "Netgear WG111"

So what can I do to get back my wireless internet?


Nevermind I think I got it now.

Edited by J0hn, 28 April 2006 - 12:43 AM.

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