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I assume that you are using an AOL modem/router. if so, in order for you not to hardwire your laptop is you need to connect it wirelessly. but you need to make sure that your aol device has wireless capability as well as your laptop. i will not be able to provide you the step by step solution since i don't know the exact model of your devices, but all you need to do is locate the wireless icon/connection on your laptop (usually there's an icon for the wireless icon located at the task bar of your screen for windows computer but with mac, you need to make sure that the airport is on) and view the available networks. your laptop should be able to detect the wireless signal coming from your aol device and all you need to do is connect to it
hope this'll help you but if you need more information, just provide the exact model of your devices.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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