Can't go wireless!!!

James Mason

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Posted 10 years ago   
Hey,
guess I missed this one...you get your problem fixed? if so was it in the router or because you you did a restore?

James Mason

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Posted 10 years ago   
Heh...yeah, been sorta busy here too at times. Ok...dumb question maybe but are ya sure ya got it hooked up right? next, did you use a security key? Is it entered, or maybe entered wrong? Duh...forgot the simplest to try first...just re-boot the router, but unplug it from the power source..and on some there is a reset button, (sometimes recessed) on the back of the unit.
Does the desktop/laptop show an icon that it's making any connection with the router? Again it could be the WEP key or maybe not reconizing the username or something. If you are for sure getting a good connection with the router then it's either in your computer...or with your service provider. Just cause they say it's nothing on their end doesn't mean it's not. And I can't believe they won't offer any assistance. Anyways check out the connections and software and stuf and see if you get an improvement..if not..we'll figure something else out..heh.

Colin Klinkert

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Posted 10 years ago   
Raymon, is this the latest version of Internet Exporer that you are on I notice you say windows explorer, maybe try reinstalling windows... I know its a massive headache. I use mac 100% now, as it just keeps working :)

Maybe a backup and reinstall will get it working, otherwise, I am sure the people on the microsoft forums would be more help, as im not very techy :(

James Mason

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Posted 10 years ago   
Hey, did ya ever get your problem solved?

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Posted 10 years ago   
Ok..let me know if that cures your problem...if not I got some other ideas, or will have anyways..heh

James Mason

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Posted 10 years ago   
Well..unless you are in range of someone elses router, it should only show yours. But even the cheaper ones nowdays put out up to around 400 feet...thats a pretty good distance if ya live in an apartment complex..or in an area with a lot of close by houses. But as for a particular error message, if it don't mess anything up, I wouldn't worry. If it keeps ya from logging in..then you should have a help program with the software that may give ya a clue.

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Posted 9 months ago   
I'd like to know more about this ..

Jones L

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Posted 9 months ago   
If you're interested, then pay attention to the TP-Link brand routers. They are well made and easy to use. That's why I chose this for myself. For me, it's important that there were clear instructions for setting up. Look at this in detail at www.router-reset.com.

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Posted 2 months ago   
Yeah, I got my problem fixed, and it was thanks to some help from outside. They told me to get the powerful wi-fi router price in bd, and once I had that router, all my other problems got fixed immediately. This is an amazing product!

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