Adversley, if I leave it after restart a dialogue box appears advising me that the network/access point is refusing access to this computer.
Any help would be appreciated.
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You do this on your computer, correct? Not in your router's settings? It just seems more like a firewall / adapter issue than a router issue, but I could be wrong
I have to go into the "advanced" tab, "configure" and change the connection to "mixed long" or "WiFi Spec" in order to "kick" it into life again.
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