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Internet Explorer not recognizing Wireless Connection

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Hi, after stupidly messing with my internet tools option regarding connection, my Internet Explorer recognizing my wireless connection as being disconnected when it is infact connected. I have been picking up wireless internet from a coffee shop across from my house for the last 3 years and have had no problems. How can I set my internet options to pick up my wireless connection? When viewing available wireless networks window (by clicking the icon by my clock on the desktop) it says my computer is connected and signal is excellent. Please Help Soon!!!

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This is not an issue we can help you with here at GeeksToGo. "Picking up" wireless signal from a business across the street isn't how you should be connecting to the internet. I recommend obtaining your own internet service provider.

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