When your computer connects to the Internet, a number of devices have to work together, so there are a number of places where the connection from your computer to the Internet might fail. Troubleshooting entails checking all of your devices and the connections between them, one at a time. The troubleshooting procedure varies depending the kind of networking device to which you connect your . Choose the procedure that best fits your network configuration:
My wireless adapter connects to a wireless DSL gateway (a device that combines the functions of a wireless router with the functions of a DSL modem).
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