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Can not connect to new clear device through laptop.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Ladydeenyc, Dec 1, 2011.

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  1. Ladydeenyc

    Ladydeenyc Thread Starter

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    I purchased a clear WiMAX wireless device. My iPod other computers can connect to my clear network except my laptop. Subsequently my laptop can connect to other networks including other clear devices, because I was in the clear store with laptop, except the one I purchased. It takes a long time to acquire ip address and when it does and says its connected with excellent service I open Internet browser and I get no Internet. I even went to the geek squad in bestbuy I honestly did more then they did researching internet. Ive tried flushing releasing and renewing ip. Ive tried several other things also was with a tech guy for clear for 40 min. End result he gave me microsofts number. Please help. I do not know what could be problem. It is not device. It's a dell mini windows xp. Ivetried repairing ip address restarting device rebooting computer. Can I watch a movie lol??! Or a 3 min video jeeez lol pleease help
     
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    Is that better? My first reaction was , "Good! That's as it should be. Glad it's not working!"
     
  3. Ladydeenyc

    Ladydeenyc Thread Starter

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    Thnk you!!! Much better lol
     
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    Thank you!! That is much better!!
     
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