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      29th December 2007, 07:30 AM
hi there i have a small problem getting on to the net via wireless connection. currently i have 2 laptops connected to the net through my netgear router. 1 is on xp and have no problems the new 1 is vista basic and shows local access only can anyone help and tell me how to change this to local and internet thanks all help would be appreciated.

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      11th August 2008, 05:28 AM
Just had a very similar problem router wouldent config to vista properly... but xp connects a piece of piss...

netgear has many problems download latest install for vista

also make sure all adsl settinge are in modem not router.....login adsl password....all you should have is NO dont require login and password.

when install drivers if their is the one for your router... follow it to a T
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