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Wireless card disabled?


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So yesterday I got my d-link wireless router. I was able to pick up internet connections before yesterday fine, both while hooked up to the power cable and not. But as I was hooking my computer up last night, it would disable the wireless card as soon as I unplugged the power cable. So there was a little bubble that popped up that when clicked comed up with a dialouge box with a couple of options that said -disable network card when not connected to power supply, - enable card with battery. So I just clicked the enable card with battery bullet and hit OK. Then it comes up with a quick bubble "network card disabled" so from then on, I havn't been able to connect to either wired or wireless internet. And I've tried everything I can think of.
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ughh, turns out my router that i bought yesterday decided to stop working in like 2 minutes, and it doesnt actually send an internet connection.. god i hate refurbs
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