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How do i get an internet connection using belkin wireless g plus mimo notebook card

I have the card inserted into my laptop how do i get a connection now. please help. i wanna be able to be around the house and outside with my laptop. please help

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  • miah4real Nov 07, 2008

    how do i get connection using belkin wireless g plus mimo notebook card. i only have the card is there anyway i could still connect only having this card?

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1) Install the wireless card on your laptop computer (driver)
2) Run wireless utility (windows - Control Panel)
3) Select your wireless network (wireless networks availables) and connect.

If your wireless network have a wep key you need to know that in order to get connected.

To do that you need a wireless router connected to your modem or a wireless modem
Be sure first to have that installed first.

If you have more questions please let me know to help you out better with this issue

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- Nope, it is not possible, you may need an Access Point to do it.

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We have WiFi set up at our house from the main desktop, we have 2 laptops that have built in wireless cards. We put in another desktop in the guest room for our guests to use but instead of buying a usb...


hey there joselko,
i'm chris from sw scotland. i have the same setup - 2 wireless laptops and a pc physically connected to the router with an ethernet cable.
you just plug the ethernet cable into the 'out' hole in the back of the router and into the ethernet port in the back of the PC. then start your PC. go to control panel, then internet settings, then hit the 'connection' tab, then click the radio button that says 'never dial a connection'.
you may have to reboot, but not necessarily.
both the laptops should continue to work wirelessly and the PC should now connect directly to the internet using the router.
if you have any problems, feel free to call me on 01776840273, and ask for chris, i'll be glad to help. you can also skype me on christophergrams or using the skype number 01414165437.
good luck.
chris

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How do i get connection using belkin wireless g plus mimo notebook card i have only the card is there still a way i can connect only having the card that goes to my laptop. or do i need a router or can i...


1. If your laptop has a built-in wireless adapter, then you don't need a belkin wireless g plus adapter.
2. You can connect to the Internet using your adapter provided that the location where you at offers wi-fi or wireless connection
3. If you want wireless connectivity at home, then you need to have a wireless router and subscribed for DSL/Cable broadband connections

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try updating your wireless card drivers
close for a while any firewall
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What version of windows are you running? 98, 2000, XP, Vista?

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