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Home network connection problem

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I am using Windows XP. I have a netgear router which I have setup my wireless network through. It comes up on my available networks at full strength, but I can not connect to it. I can connect to other wireless networks, but not my own. I have tried renewing the IP address, and have tried reconnecting everything. It does not give an error message. Any help would be appreciated.
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Are you using a password to connect to your router ?

Have you tried with a cable ?

Also, can you connect to your router by browsing to it ? (eg: )
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