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Trouble with wireless


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rbwrath

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hi, i'm trying to add a 2nd computer to my wireless router. i'm using a wireless card on the comp. under windows network it says that the computer is connected to the network, but I cannot actually access the internet.

any idea why this would be happening?
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volcomssj48

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Your wireless router is denying your computer with the wireless card a DHCP address.

When you get the 'Status' page (by right clicking on the connection in the Network Connections folder) it probably says Automatic Private Address right?
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yeap that's what it says.

how do i fix it so it works?
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