Last edited by donkeyotay (2013-01-17 23:08:09)
check on the router if you 1) have a visible SSID and 2) chosen the right channel in your router (depends on your location, try 8 or 9 IIRC).
Last edited by machinebacon (2013-01-17 17:21:15)
Ahh Machinebacon... what can I say... I changed the channel of the router to 12 two days ago!
I've now changed it to 9 and everything is tickerty boo
Now why doesn't Windows see beyond Channel 9 I wonder
Many thanks again.
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