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asus 1005ha wireless not connected

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Basically i had the smaller screen one and the wireless was working for 2 days then it stopped working.

I unplug the router and the modem etc - still didnt work - the wireless connection says limited or no connectivity.

So i thought it might be something wrong with the netbook and change it for the next model!

I have got the bigger screen which i m really happy about but i m still unable to get the wireless to work. the signal seems to be strong and I have enter my network key but i cannot go anyfurther than that. I have check my device webpage and everything that i can think of. Only once it said connect then wasnt connected.

At the moment i m using the ethernet and it work fine. The blue light is showing so it should be i have the wireless on.

hope someone can help - i m desperate for it to get to work.

Should i go to my sister house and see if the wireless work at hers? or somewhere else?

I have tried two different ways from the network connections and the list of wireless - i enter the network key but everytime i go back into it its only short letters and not the long network passphase that i have. Still says not connected or limited etc. I also tried to set up a network wizard thing with the usb and other stuff. Nothing worked!

I m puzzled as its working before then stopped and hope someone can understand what i m saying here as its is rather difficult for me to explain!
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