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Need a wireless router for my talk talk broadband

I recently bought a laptop with Vista on it.I want to get a wireless router for my Talk Talk broadband but when i emailed them to enquire i got no response and i was wondering if there was a way i could buy one from somewhere else so that i can access broadband on my laptop. I have no idea what i need or what the best way is. Talk talk seem disinterested with my enquiry for a wireless router. Can anyone help as i am still having to use my XP PC to access broadband.........:-(

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  • lisey33 Sep 17, 2008

    Thank u for your advice. I checked laptop and i have built in wireless internet. Will try and get the router you suggested and will keep u posted. Thank U :-)

  • lisey33 Sep 23, 2008

    I think i need your advice again and you will probably laugh :-( ! I have bought the Linksys router you recommended and have installed it and it says there is a connection there but when i click on the internet button it keeps saying 'cannot connect' even though it says i am already connected?? Somewhere i think i have gone wrong big time but i cant work it out but i know i got confused when it said to connect the internet cable to the modem etc. I think i am having a bad day ha ha.

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You could use any brand wireless router with your broadband service for a wifi signal for your laptop or any wireless internet to any device that is compatible for it. You first need to make sure your laptop has built in wireless or if it needs an adapter(ex. Wireless notebook adapter, USB Adapter). and if its built in then all you would need to buy is a wireless router(Linksys has a really nice and user friendly setup. Model:WRT54G).

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

  • Andrew Kearney Sep 18, 2008

    Your welcome, The best thing to do is get that router since you already have the built in wireless and follow linksys connection wizard disk and set it up that way. It will setup everything you need to have your laptop wireless and any other thing you may want to connect to make wireless

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