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Any help with PCI adapter troubles?

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I am losing my mind over this problem and cant find any articles that are helping me solve my problem. I am at a college that does not allow us to put wireless routers on their network, so I decided to buy a PCI adapter to install in the back of my computer and put the router on my own network so that I can have a wireless signal in my room. Well, the physical installation of the adapter went great and everything was going smooth, but then i started having trouble. Right now the network coming off of my pci adapter says that it had limited or no connectivity. I have my internet connection set up to share its internet with the connection, but I still can't get the internet to work. I need this card to work and start putting out my own IP address so that i don't have a router on the school's network. any ideas?
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