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Old 25-November-2011, 22:30
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Hi,
I have virgin cable installed,i have a desktop wired in to my router (its the small black router with 6 green lights on),i have purchased a new laptop with windows 7,its a toshiba sat pro,i have tried to set it up to work wireless but am having no joy,i went in to my settings and created a wireless connection,it gave me a password and a few other bits of info which i tapped in to my laptop but its not recognising it.

I am a bit of a newb,am i doing something totally stupid or is my router faulty.

Paul.
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Old 26-November-2011, 00:42
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Have you actually enabled wireless in the router?
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Old 26-November-2011, 18:10
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I have ordered a new hub from virgin as i dont think my current router is a wireless one but thanks for the reply.
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