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Internet conections I have a Gateway GT5086b PC and want to connect to the internet. I have ordered a home hub from BT but what do I need to enable my computer to be wireless? Thanks

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Re: Internet conections

You will need either a usb 54MBPS or 108MBPS wireless adapter of any make that will connect to a usb port or a pci wireless card to fit in the pc tower on the motherboard.

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