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Hi my sis has a Belkin wireless adapter and connects fine to the router, but no internet comes through it, all other computers on the network connect and get internet through either built in wireless or speedtouch adapters, this is pretty vague but can anyone help?
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Hello jwardy07 and welcome to G2G, :whistling:

Need some additional information to get you fixed up:

1. has a Belkin wireless adapter = need the model number
2. Need the manufacturer and model number for the router as well
3. Need a screenshot from her pc of the following screens:

.....Start -> Run -> ncpa.cpl -> Right click on your wireless device and select STATUS <---screen 1
.....Start -> Run -> ncpa.cpl -> Right click on your wireless device and select VIEW AVAILABLE WIRELESS NETWORKS -> Press the refresh link on the left and after its done loading <---screen 2
.....Start -> Run -> ncpa.cpl -> Right click on your wireless device and select PROPERTIES -> Click on the Wireless networks tab
<---screen 3

If you do not know how to post a screenshot please follow this quickie:

A. With the <window to be posted> on the top of all other windows
B. While holding down the ALT key press the PRINT SCREEN SYSRQ key on your Keyboard
C. Open Microsoft Paint (located in Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint)
D. When the program launches, on the Left toolbar click on the Square made of dashes
E. Now position your cursor (which has become a cross) out in the white area of the canvas
F. Right Click and select PASTE
G. This will put an image of the <window to be posted> on the canvas
H. Click the FILE button in the upper left section of the screen and select SAVE AS
I. In the Save As Box Put whatever you want in the Filename Box
J. In the Save As Type box: Click the drop down menu and select JPEG
K. In the Save In Box (Very Top): Select your desktop
L. Click the Save Button
M. Go back to your Web browser and post a reply. In the reply Page after the area where you enter your ......text there is a File Attachments area.
N. Click the Browse Button and navigate to the file we just saved on the desktop.
O. Select that file and click the Open Button
Q. Then scroll down a little further and click the ADD FILE INTO POST button.
R. this will put some text into the post similar to this: [attachmentid:1234321
S. Repeat these Screenshot posting steps as many times as necessary to SHOW all the items requested

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Ok thanx, ill get right onto it
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