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Laptop won't connect to internet automatically


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Zanariot

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Until just recently I've never had any problems with connecting to the internet at my house with my laptop. I can still connect but I have to start running wireless zero configuration and then make windows configure my wireless networks and pick my connection from a list of network connections. I only know how to do this because a friend showed me that trick a long time ago. Does anybody know how I can make my laptop start connecting to the internet automatically again?

Edited by Zanariot, 10 June 2011 - 06:03 PM.

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Was my question worded badly or is this in the wrong section or something?
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Hi Zanariot: :)

Sorry for the delay. No your question isn't worded badly, rather with incomplete information, most important was OS to receive a targeted reply, however, please read How to make an XP PC default to the correct Wi-Fi connection

Please post back should you have any further query

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