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You can connect a d-link dsl-g624t to sky broadband by connecting the wire in to the appropriate slot or you can connect your d-link into the PCI slot on your motherboard

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How can i connect my desktop computer to the internet plz i need someone to help


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You connect the device to the system using a CAT5 network cable to a RJ45 (8 wire telephone type jack). Some Cable/DSL modems also have USB connection capability for the few systems these days that do not have a built in RJ45 connector To use them, you install the associated software, then connect the USB cable when prompted.
If you don't have Cable/DSL then dial up telephone modem is the next option, this requires a telephone modem that has an RJ11c telephone cord jack connection, most current computers only have a telephone modem as an option, but they can still be bought for around $20 and you will require a dial up internet service (Few remain, one is Netzero in the USA)

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I have bought a laptop from someone and it has a edimax EW-7305Pg wireless LAN Cardbus. I am having problems connecting it to a netgear wireless router supplied by sky. I have sky broadband. I uninstalled...


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Can't send Tesco email through Sky Broadband


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http://www.tesco.net/help_section/email.htm hope that this helps

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Having problem in wireless sky broadband and desktop pc


hi,
tele you router show concocted internet if yes,
cheek your cable
and the common thing abut your system what this show in the network concoctions is there Local Area Connection concted show you sent received bytes
R
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Trying to hook up a Linksys Wireless -G 2.4ghz Broadband Router. Want to link my dsl and my xbox and then later down the road a lap top. Dont know where to begin. Do I take the phone line thats inthe wall...


first you connect the wire from the wall into the wan port in the back of your dsl modem. next you connect the outsource wire from your dsl modem into the wan port on your router. next put another rj45 wire into the number one port in the back of your router and the other to your computer. put another wire into number 2 and then to your xbox. everything need to be unplugged while you are hooking it up. once done power cycle...meaning plug up the dsl and wait for the lights to stay lit. then the router. the start your computer. if you want to go wireless just get a usb wireless network adaptor and there you are


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I have recently aquired a router and a Wireless PCI Card. Although I am automatically on the internet when I boot up my Computer,I keep getting a message on screen that I have limited or no conectivity....


the limited connectivity means that your router is not connected wirelessly probably because you have not entered the correct passkey, or it's still giving your lan RJ45 network cable the ip address and this is why you are still connected to the net.

If you are on a Netgear modem/router as i suppose you are if it's from sky, you should connect the RJ11 phone line cable into the router leading to a broadband filter, then connect the filter to your phone socket.

There should be no wires between your pc and the router, so take out the wire that is connected to the router (RJ45), which you should have used to set the router up coming from your onboard wired network card.

You will now be connected only via wireless connection, right click on the wireless network icon in your taskbar, click show all connections and then click on your SKY****, whatever it is and then you will need to enter the WPA-PSK security passkey which is with your Sky paperwork or on the router itself.

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