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Old 10-04-2004, 09:35 PM   #1
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New wireless router, ACK...

OK, I have a problem (obviously.)
I got my wireless card (linksys wmp11) working for a time, but then when my brother went back to college, he brought his router with him (linksys router, I forget which). So, I went out and bought a new one (Blitzz bwa711 super-g/g/b), and now I can't get my internet to work! Yet, when I log into Windows (dual boot machine) I can use the net just fine. Same as on my parent's computer.

Where it gets even stranger, is I can use instant messaging progs like Kopete and Gaim, and they work fine. I can get a few wesites to work, but so far only Google and Sourceforge work well.

If anyone could help me with this it would be greatly appreciated (i can also probably get you any extra info you might need).


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