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Belkin G+ wireless receiver



im having great difficulty finding answers via the web to this problem - which is - i have a netgear router (with a wireless arial on it) and i have purchased a belkin G+ receiver for it under the good advice of the staff at the shop , the thing is when i follow the instructions to set it up it doesnt recognise any connection , i only have the one PC and i want to use that PC in another room away from the telephone outlet where my router sits ,but do i have to delete the connection thats set up allready and heve it unpluged from my router to then make a connection wirelessly ???

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Re: belkin G+ wireless receiver

You will need to set up the router first, with a wired connection.  Write down the wireless settings for setup later.  Then setup the wireless receiver on the PC with the same settings that you had on the router.  You should remember that distance, obstacles, etc. will affect a signal.  Also, remember that you may not be the only one in your area with a wireless network, so remember to change the channel on the router to something other than the default, and set up security, at least WEP.

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