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Lost wireless/network connection

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I have been running a network between my desktop (direct connect to the router) and my laptop (wireless) with no problems for several years. Recently my laptop has been losing/dropping connection to the wireless connection and network and I can't get it to reconnect. It's odd because when I view the wireless network connection status, it shows that I'm connected with a great signal strength but yet no connectivity. I have no idea why this is happening or how to fix it. Both computers are running WinXP. Can anyone please help me? Thanks, John
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