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Old Jan 15, 2008, 08:57 PM   #1
cheekybobcat
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Exclamation "Unable to Connect to the Network _____"

Since my last thread on this was a flop, I am trying again.
When I go to connect to the WiFi network that I have been using since Christmas, it does not connect and says it is unable to connect to the network.
Now, this network IS my own home network and I am using it now on my laptop. The Touch does pick up the network but when I click it, it says "Unable to connect to the network [name of network]" I don't understand why the WiFi won't work on my iPod Touch all of a sudden. I've used my network TONS of times before and today I was at my friends house and his network worked fine. What is going on? Someone PLEASE PLEASE help!
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