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2wire router and usb adapter

I want to know how do i connect to my laptop via pc wireless i'm really stuck i'v got virgin media broadband i have a wireless netgear usb adapter and 2wire router plz help!

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First u need to connect a pc through wired on the w/l router and go to w/l part and configuge it

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