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Setting up a wireless connection between my linlsys pcmcia card and my 2 wire gatway

How toset up a wireless connection between my linlsys pcmcia card and my 2 wire gatway

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First insert your pcmci linksys card into the laptop, you would find a found new hard ware screen, insert the setup disk, and then follow the steps, automatically your card would be installed, once the installation is done, the wireless adapter , would detect wireless signal, try connecting to the wireless network.. if it asks for any key, look at the bottom of your 2 wire router you would find a 10 digit number, enter the number as the number as key code or password, automatically you would get connected.. if case if you have any problem , revert back ..

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