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HelppppP how do i get started using my netopia 3-d reach wireless usb card

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First you want to install the drivers form the CD, then install the wireless adaptor to your computer.  Make sure you have a wireless access where your at through a router or other wireless access points.

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Do you have an installation disk that came with it for the driver? Maybe not. It can be plug and play. Okay. Plug it to a USB port. Wait a few seconds to see if it is detected by Vista (you might have a small window down-right of your screen saying new material found). If so, the wizard will help you to install it and to configure it. Otherwise, let me know at what step you are stopped.

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Do you have an installation disk that came with it for the driver? Maybe not. It can be plug and play. Okay. Plug it to a USB port. Wait a few seconds to see if it is detected by Vista (you might have a small window down-right of your screen saying new material found). If so, the wizard will help you to install it and to configure it. Otherwise, let me know at what step you are stopped.

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You will need Adobe PDF reader to view it.

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