Question about Intel Motherboard
You would need to upgrade to a wireless card if your computer does not have one. Even with a wireless connection you would still need to have one computer hooked up with a wire. The other computers on the network could be wireless if they all have wireless cards. Google will have tons of info on wireless cards & networking. Select the setuo best suited for your use & preferences. Hope this helps.
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