Question about Computers & Internet
Unless you have a wireless router/access point and a wireless card in your computer, you will need to use the ethernet cable to connect to the internet.
If you do have a wireless router/access point to connect to and a wireless-capable computer, try sticking a pen or the end of a paperclip into a hole on the router marked "Reset" (it might also be unmarked). Hold that button for 30 seconds.
Your router should now be reset to factory defaults. You can now connect wirelessly by choosing the name of your router's manufacturer from the list of available networks. To do that:
Mac OS X
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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