|28 Feb 2010||#1|
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Can't connect to my home network w/7
I am running two other XP Computers using the updated version of Network magic, and they connect no problem. Every time I try I get a message saying "Router or access point issue". I have restarted it many times and still can't get it to go....I can see it on my list of wireless networks, but can't connect to it. Home group isn't enabled. So why is it a router issue with this computer but not the others?? I can connect to the internet via my internal network card, but the connection is much slower then if I could connect to my home network. It's frustrating. Can someone advise??
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