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I have a desktop and laptop I want to know if I can use the Wire2 Wireless usb adapter to create a network that the laptop can access and how to do this

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First of all u hav to get a internet connection in ur home,,ur internet provider will provide u with a modem,if tat modem has wireless capabilities then u dnt need to purchase a router otherwise u hav to do so.then u have to setup the wireless modem or the router and the 2wire wirelss USB adapter on the same wireless network.plz keep me posted for further issues

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Is there any other wireless computer in the network ?
Right now the connection is dropping on your computer . It might be the problem with the wireless adapter of the computer or the wireless router .
You will need to isolate the problem.

If you have any other wireless computer in the network and that computer is also facing the same problem then it must be the router problem. You can check the settings of the router . for this you will need to access the router set up.

If you have other wireless computer in the network and that is working properly then it must be adapter issue. Try to uninstall or reinstall the adapter or Update drivers.

If you do not have any other wireless computer then try any laptop in this wireless network just to isolate the problem.

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