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I just bought hp G50-111NR notebook, I have broadbrand connection with coxTV for my desktop, can I and what do I need to use this connection with my existing one. Can i still use dial-up with it.

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Set up a home wireless network. read here and this will do what you want, but i would think about converting to dsl or cable for the speed. dial is like crawling, dsl/cable is like flying.

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