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Ok one If your wireless SUB Adapter came with software install it. Turn off the PC and restart it. Once it is installed place your adapter into an SUB Drive Slot. trun off your computer and your modem. Turn your modem back on then the PC. Once your PC is on you should see your connection in the bottom right hand corner. However, some wireless Adapters will not work with some modems. and you will have to input your IP Address your self before it will work right. But this should do the trick.

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