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IE won't recognize wireless connection

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Trying to get a visitor connected on her laptop through my wireless router.

I've given her the security code for my secure connection, and her laptop shows that the wireless connects with an excellent signal.

BUT when she opens IE, she can't navigate- IE doesn't appear to recognize that she's connected.

I have a Linksys router. She's running Windows 2000 and uses a wireless card.

I'm assuming we have some problem with settings somewhere, but don't know what to check. She says she has no problem connecting wirelessly other places.

Appreciate any help


Edited by minnelinda, 27 June 2006 - 09:10 AM.

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