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Hey guys, I need help on creating a new name for a wireless connection. Everytime I go to connect to a connection there is no wireless ones available. I have the router and the cd all installed. I think the wireless connections were deleted and now I don't have them. So if someone could help me with this step by step it would be great :).

So all I need help is creating a wireless network with a security key and so that I can use it when I am not beside the router.

Anyone? Thanks :)
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Somebody :)
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Please. I need this fixed fast guys!
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Can I get some help or no?
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When your router is not shown in the list of available networks on a particular laptop, it's often because the wireless channel the router is set to use it too high, and some laptop wireless adapters are not compatible with channels higher than 10 or 11.

You need to go into your router's configuration web-page and lower the channel number to 8 or 9.

If that is not the problem, check in your router settings that "Broadcast SSID" is enabled. If that's disabled the router won't show up in the list of available networks.
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