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MAC OS9.1 Wireless login problem


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I have an old ibook clamshell with OS 9.1 with an airport card. I use it time to time but during a move my battery died. Ever since then, I can not log on to my wireless network. It asks me for the password and I give it(i'm sure it's the correct one). My new Mac desktop works fine, as does my wife's laptop. What can I do???
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