troubleshooting Question

Unable to connect laptop to wi-fi

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Sonic point N set for a/g/n 2.4ghz, WPA2-Personal w/ PSK

Toshiba laptop with a/g/n wifi card, WPA2-Personal, all settings are on auto.
Status bar shows yellow ball and connecting, inside Windows wifi status shows connected, then connection drops. During connected state there is no network access.

I have not updated firmware or drivers on the machine as it is factory new.

The rest of our laptops are Lenovos running N band on 5.2 ghz with no problems.
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