ACQUISITION OF NETWORK ADDRESS?

Just bought my daughter a compaq minicq10.  We already have a computer compaq laptop and it connects to the router wireless without any problem.  The mini keeps saying "absorbing the network address" it connects very well using the wire but not wireless. Any ideas please?

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