Wireless connection problems

Discussion in 'General Computer Support' started by debsdelight, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. debsdelight

    debsdelight

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    Hi!!
    Ive just changed my desktop pc to a wireless router and all went well for a day - could access the internet from my laptop and desktop (desktops on ethernet not wireless) then BANG

    Now when i try and connect to the internet on laptop it wont connect and if i look in the ' change order of preferred networks' my router is there but not connected.

    ive tried everything i can think of (and probably destroyed allsorts in the process) but nothing. The proxy server isnt ticked and ive switched off the firewall (!). My desktop has also gone weird in that I can connect to the internet bu not to msn or e bay ???

    if i use ethernet on the laptop i dont have any problems at all. Does anyon have any ideas ???
     
    debsdelight, Apr 6, 2007
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