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I'm having trouble connecting my laptop to my wireless home network. It says 'Wireless Network Connection (ANY)' in the corner and says signal strength is excellent at 11 mbps. When I right click to View Available Wireless Networks, everything is grayed except the cancel button. My Wireless Zero Config is already set at automatic and I've tried stopping and restarting the utility, still doesn't work. The properties say that my wireless card is a LAN Express IEEE 802.11.

Any help is very much appreciated, thanks.

Edited by kjsoccerboy, 10 January 2009 - 08:56 PM.

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