connection problem G-mode network show limited

I use the alfa AWUS036H wireless card there are two types of network available (G & N, G) mode I could connect only N, G. G-mode network mode network show limited.


Try the steps mentioned in the article below, which deals with a similar question.

You receive a message "Limited or no connectivity" on a computer that is connected to the Internet by a DSL modem or a modem cable after installing Windows XP.

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