Question about Apple Computers & Internet
I have an iMac G5 so, I can help.
First. Make sure the "Show AirPort status in Menu Bar, is checked off in System Preferences.
Second, select your network's SSID. Let's say for argument's sake, your SSID is named HOUSE33NETWORK. Select that from the list. Then you will need to type in the router's "password", or correctly known as the WEP key or WPA/TSK Key.NOW here is the part I can NOT help you with You may be asked to select the type of key. Or if you do not know the key, contact your network administrator, (the guy who manages the wireless router, and who set it up.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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