Why cant i connect a 2nd laptop to my router Tags: Configuration Laptops Routers Connection Wireless Networking Last response: January 2, 2011 3:23 PM in Wireless Networking Share phil1967 January 2, 2011 1:55:31 PM i cant connect my 2nd laptop to my zytel router my vista works fine my sons windows 7 acer laptop wont connect ,i am entering my key and cant get online More about : connect 2nd laptop router electrontau January 2, 2011 3:23:34 PM I am assuming that the computer is seeing your router. So make sure that the router MAC address restriction is off/disabled (MAC address is the network card address) You can also try to not using wireless encryption, no WEP or WPA. And see if computer can connect to internet. If it does, then put back the password. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCan't connect my laptop through the dir-655 router ForumUnable to connect to a 2nd PC ForumConnecting a 2nd wireless router wirelessly ForumWhy I cant connect directly to 2 routers? ForumBusiness router adding 2nd router ForumCan't connect 2nd computer to home wifi network ForumAdded 2nd router but now no connection from outside ForumI cant connect to WPA2 personal on my router ForumConnect a 2nd wireless router to a wireless network? ForumWhy cant i connect laptop to cable internet - works fine with dsl ForumWhy my laptop does not connect to wireless network i even unplug the router ForumComputer won't connect to internet and can't dial in to router ForumConnected to Wireless Connection 2 instead of 1? Why , can't I connect ForumI can\'t connect to the router via my laptop . I just turned it off several weeks ForumAsus laptop can't connect to Netgear N600 router . ForumLaptop freezes when wireless router enabled and connect to ad hoc printer ForumVerizon Modem into Router ForumCan connect with intel 5100 but not with awuso36h Forum[Solved] How to connect Linksys WiFi router to MiFi? ForumWhy is WiFi read slower than write More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !