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Connecting to wireless network problem

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I just got a new WRT54G2 router. I have 3 computers - a desktop with XP, a wireless notebook with Vista, and a wireless notebook with XP. All had been connected with the old router. When I installed the new router, I had no problem connecting the desktop and the Vista notebook to the network. The XP notebook kept saying that there was limited connectivity. I tried establishing a static IP address - following linksys self help topics. The computer now says that it is connected and has a excellent signal - but there is no internet or email connection. When I try to open Internet Explorer, it says that I am offline. When I try to open Outlook Express, its says my host could not be found. Please help! I am so frustrated.
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