Question about NetGear : WG111 54 Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter, RETAIL (DSNGWG111)

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Clueless on going wireless

Netgear wireless UCB 2.0 Adaptor

Last year my cable company gave me the box with all the instructions to go wireless on my old IBM ThinkPAD. I never did it. I just restored my laptop and would like to now hook up to wireless but do not know how to go about doing it. I used the resource CD and downloaded the necessary drivers etc. Now what? I am unable to read the manual due to some issue with my reader - Is thee more I have to hook up like to the router in my office? I might have to just pay for them to come out and hook me up. The adaptor is in my laptop. It shows it is connected to the wireless and its green, but the light on the side blinks blue.

Any ideas? I am so clueless when it comes to wireless.

I also have a Etherlink III Lan PC Card (3C589D TP) for 10 base-T. How the heck can I get that working? Do I have to change the settings on my computer? This is getting so annoying.

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I'll guess you're using xp, though there are similar resources to the ones I'll give here for vista.
Start here, then if you have troubles see links here and here.
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