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Wg311- 54mbps 802 11g/b wireless adapter netgear


i wrote in yesterday and i said my laptop computor had bluetooth but it also has intelpro wireless 3945abg network connection

 will it connect to this or do you need to get an other main router???

in my main computor i have the wg311 wireless adaptor

how do you get them to recognize each other so you send files to each other??

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Re: wg311- 54mbps 802 11g/b wireless adapter netgear

You cannot send anything wireless to bluetooth they work on different megahertz, on bluetooth enabled devices can use file transfer

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