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Wireless Card doesn't detect Networks...


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MadMan00

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Okay, I just got ym new computer today...I installed my Linksys Wirless Card...I did everything right I knoew because I did the same thing on my other computer a few weeks ago. Okat, well for some reason my wireless will not connect to my router ( again I know it's something on my compter and nothing else for sure ) it's won't show my network any og ther network it just does not conect. Now, I run windows XP I need to know what can I do to make it work?

Is there something I need to edit on mt computer or add?

And I disabled my Firewall as well, so that's not the problem.
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Oreo Collas

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If it is a laptop I know many have a switch to turn off wireless. Also might want to check your BIOS settings and see if you have a wireless option there. If this does not help then please let us know some more information about your computer. Make, Model, Serial #. If you have a custom build then please post as much information you can about it. Also about the wireless card and your router.
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Have you correctly installed wireless driver for your card? To sure you can check in Windows device manager.
Also you can check about some kind of optical in between your computer and wireless router.
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