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Old 12-21-2007
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wireless network
I have a building next to my work and it has DSL. I try to hook up to the
wireless internet which shows up on my vista laptop, but it says there is a
problem connecting to the wireless network.

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Old 12-22-2007
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RE: wireless network
Do your neighbours know that you are trying to access their Wireless Network,
and take their Bandwidth???


"comp0983 via WindowsKB.com" wrote:

> I have a building next to my work and it has DSL. I try to hook up to the
> wireless internet which shows up on my vista laptop, but it says there is a
> problem connecting to the wireless network.
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Old 12-28-2007
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RE: wireless network
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Mick Murphy wrote:
>Do your neighbours know that you are trying to access their Wireless Network,
>and take their Bandwidth???
>
>> I have a building next to my work and it has DSL. I try to hook up to the
>> wireless internet which shows up on my vista laptop, but it says there is a
>> problem connecting to the wireless network.


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