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Laptop my laptop wont let me install dsl,the os is win 98 se,the dsl cd says that win 98 se only supports ethernet but my laptop doesnt have an ethernet hookup  in it and it doesnt detect my usb cord

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There is an adaptor you can buy from USB to ethernet or vice versa. Try to find one in computer store..

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