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    Windows sees wireless network, but won't connect
    For some reason in Windows my internet will not connect. Windows sees the wireless networks in range, but when I click to connect it it says "Windows was unable to connect, the wireless network may no longer be in range."

    It is in range and connects perfectly in OSX, but not in Windows. Anybody got any clues?

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    Anybody??? Funny thing is, it connects wirelessly at home (linksys) with no problem. It isn't a security issue because its not rejecting the wep key, its just that it says "Windows can't connect, the wireless connection may no longer be in range." I have even reset the router (2wire) and it still isn't working.

    Anybody out there got any ideas?

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