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Why do I have limited connectivity?

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I am trying to use an old laptop (vista) on my wireless network. It sees the network and logs in, but has only limited connectivity. I can use the "guest" network, but that means entering a password everytime.

When I moved 9 months ago I had similar problems with two other computers. I fixed it by going into control panel, networks, right clicking on something and deleting something. It was 9 months ago and I don't recall the details.
This appears to be the same problem. Any idea what the fix was?

Since posting it has gotten worse; now it won't connect with Guest either. For the moment I am using a 100' cable.

Edited by Tollerowner, 21 April 2013 - 08:52 PM.

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