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I have a Windows XP computer it's using a Belkin Wireless G network adapter and I'm having trouble connecting to the internet all the other devices in the house connect fine but for some reason I can see the connection but when I try to connect it won't connect the computer was originally hooked up through LAN but I moved it to another room in the house and I'm trying to use my network adapter I did get it to connect once by going into the settings in my network adapter and changing the address from not present to an address but now it won't even let me do that so any help that you couldn't give me would be appreciated
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Download the Net Adapter Repair All In One Please use this direct link

Save the application to your desktop,  right click and run as administrator.

Note: Your ethernet cable must be plugged in during this process!!

Click the Advanced repair.


  • Click OK at the prompt to continue.
  • The program will need to reboot your machine, allow it to do so.
  • Check your issue.
  • If the issue still persist re-open (as administrator) the tool, check all boxes in the picture below.


Click Run All Selected.

Any prompts like the one below, select All Network Adapters.


Once you are prompted to restart the do so.


Check your issue. report back.

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