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Need wireless properties wifi set protocol

What is the best protocol for above laptop

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Ritesh,
Click the link below for information and step by step instructions setting up your networking and wireless connections.
Dell Networking and Wireless Support Center
http://dell.to/15yuglg
Thank You,
Dell-Jesse L
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How to Connect a Laptop to a Wireless Router


  • 1 Purchase a wireless router that fits your needs and price range.
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