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Oh right, it did used to work wirelessly in the other laptop. As a sidenote, might there be any way for me to easily hook it up without wireless? I'm ...
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    Oh right, it did used to work wirelessly in the other laptop. As a sidenote, might there be any way for me to easily hook it up without wireless? I'm going to want wireless, but it would save a lot of time if I could connect to the internet right now.

    Edit: I decided to try yet another distro and installed Fedora Core 4, it wouldn't work when I tried it two weeks ago (I think it was a problem with partitioning). But it does the same thing as Mandriva, it claims that the network is connected, and then cannot access the internet.

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    u cannot access the internet because that is not a wireless card do you have a router (wireless router) without these two u cannot connect wirelessly

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    How do you know it is not a wireless card?

    I do have a wireless router, and I know it works correctly because two other laptops can access the internet wirelessly.

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