|15 Jul 2012||#1|
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How to get laptop to stop "identifying" wireless and connect?
I have other computers connected to my wifi, and I have connected my laptop to multiple other networks. It simply won't work with mine.
My laptop will "identify" the network, resulting in one of these outcomes:
Connected, but no internet access (Limited Access)
Connected (but connection resets within a minute or so, back to identifying)
I did have wifi for approximately 2 days at one point before it reset the connection again.
The weird thing is, the friend I got this computer from has the same problem trying to get her own laptop connecting to my wireless.
I am at the moment connected with an Ethernet cord (rather inconvenient)
Any ideas as to how I can fix this?
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