Question about Computers & Internet
First confirm if your system has wireless card in it.. else you can buy one and fix it in the slot provided in the motherboard.. then set the router in the range of the system and seitch it on.. now you should configure your system's IP address(in network connections) in the range of the router's IP address... the same way the DNS server and gateway.. you can get all these even from the network administrator of your network provider...
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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