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DESK TOP TO WIRELESS CONNECTION

DELL DIMENSION 2400 DESK TOP TRYING TO CONNECT TO INTERNET BY MAKING MY DESK WIRELESS WITH BELKIN G WIRELESS USB CONNECTOR ADAPTER

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  • catmillin5 Apr 15, 2009

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First make sure you have the correct drivers installed, go to the Belkin website to get the latest drivers for your device.

Next make sure that your router is set to broadcast, and that is in Wireless G mode. You can find that information at the router manufacturers website.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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