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Topic # 59717 10-Apr-2010 01:23
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Last week i needed to reset my laptop to factory settings cuz it was swarmed with viruses. Before i did that i could connect to the internet automatically, now i cannot. I have a fujitsu amilo pro v3515, it has built in wireless. I am connecting to a SKY broadband wireless thing. before i resest it i had my xbox and my laptop connected to it so it is definatley a problem with the laptop as the xbox still connects.
There might not be a big problem but i cant remember how i connected to it the first time... any help would really be appreciated....

Thanks :( :)

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Reply # 316719 10-Apr-2010 08:41
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Did you read Geekzone FUG before doing the title " I need help "

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  Reply # 316722 10-Apr-2010 08:43
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I've moved this to the correct forum and changed the title. Please read the FUG before posting.


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  Reply # 319586 17-Apr-2010 05:23
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Well im not sure how to get it to look for them but it doesnt do it automatically...

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  Reply # 319596 17-Apr-2010 08:38
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What operating system are you using? (eg Vista, 7, Mac OS, Linux)

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  Reply # 319814 18-Apr-2010 01:45
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Windows xp, tryna connect to a sky broaddband

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  Reply # 319821 18-Apr-2010 07:06
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