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I have a laptop which can not find wireless connection. It find other connections on network but not mine. The wireless network connection is enabled. I have also tried it at another property and it found there wireless connection.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2012 4:06 pm 
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Have you got your router set to display your network name?

It can be set to hide it.

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Rang AOL again had to change all the settings fixed now thanks.

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Can't fault AOL customer support.....you can get though VERY quickly, as they only have about 4 customers these days

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