Limited Access connection - Help!

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  1. patcooke

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    You download it on your existing connection and transfer it to a pen drive, external drive, burn it to a cd . . .
     
  2. BAtkinson17

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    Ah, I I forgot all about that. Thanks!
     
  3. Sonny

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    Your welcome.
     
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    I've gone through with the installation and i've reached the message 'Insert the wireless USB adapter into a USB port on your computer. Click next to continue.' So I plug it in and click next and it pops up saying 'Detecting adapter...' and it has stayed like that for a few minutes now.
     
  5. patcooke

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    Have you tried both the setup and standalone installs? Also when you run the install try doing so by right clicking and selecting "run as administrator".
     
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