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Desktop won't connect to home wifi.


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supern00b

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'ello there. I'm Jack. Recently, well about 2 months ago, I bought a $1200 computer with my student loan.
It was working fine until about 1 week ago. Then it stopped connecting to my home's wifi.

I followed the instuctions on another forum post and the computer connected to the internet again, albeit at a much slower speed.

Now its been 1 week and it wont connect again. I have tried all the obvious solutions, unplugging the router, uninstall and reinstalled the wifi driver but it still won't work.

If you know whats wrong with my computer please help. I'd like to get this solved before my mid semester break is over.

As a note I made the computer myself and I may have stuffed up somewhere. It is also running a fake windows 7 64bit and it uses a PCI express chip for wifi.

Edited by supern00b, 19 April 2011 - 02:45 AM.

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Neil Jones

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Fake Win7 64-bit? You mean it's not genuine?
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nope. its not genuine. my mate installed it on 2 of my computers. one of which im using at the moment and is working perfectly fine though.
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If you are looking for help here, you will not find it - not with a non-genuine Windows installed.

Read the Terms of Use!

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