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Help the ComputerMoron with a wireless problem


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ComputerMoron

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:whistling: Hi...I;m such a computer moron that I can't even dechipher what the different forums mean. So, please forgive me if this is the wrong forum to post in.

My problem: I'm trying to set up a NetGear wireless system for my Dell Inspiron E1505. I have Adelphia high speed internet. I keep getting a message that says "Windows is unable to connect to the selected network. The network may no longer be in range. Please refresh the list of available networks and try to connect again" ****I paid some "computer expert" to set up this wireless system. It took him 5 hours and it worked last night for a few hours ..then stopped working. The "expert" came over and has no clue what this message means******

Can anyone help????? THANKS! JILL
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:whistling: :blink: :help: :) :woot:
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Hi ComputerMoron, Weclome to GTG.
Please be patient.
You need to put your post in Networking
and they will give you the help you need. :whistling:
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Thank you for the response...I'll move this message to Networking. Thanks again.... JILL
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