Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Sometimes ,when you try to connect to a wireless network ,you have to give windows the "SSID"of the network. usually Windows will detect it automatically, but not always. you need to go to Control Panel, then find the place in control panel where you see the word network or networking, then click on "Set up a network connection"
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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