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Re: which 1 to use
If it is a RJ-45 connector yes you can use it, The landline uses a RJ11. If the cale fits in the connector then it is a RJ45 connector and you can use this connection. If it works with your internet connection take the netwotk card you bought back. Hope this helps.
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Until recently the old computers could only be wired to the
Wires are not only messy but also limit the placement of
your computer in the house.
But now there is a way of connecting your old computers
(even Pentium II) to a wireless network, just like any other brand new devise
with a built in Wi-Fi.
Remove all the old Internet connections from your computer, including the
telephone line and cables.
Before inserting the Wireless USB adapter in to the USB
port insert the CD that came with it.
Do not insert the adapter first.
Follow the instructions on the screen after the CD is
Now insert the Wireless USB adapter into any of the
available USB ports.
A window will pop up on the screen and will search for the
available network connections.
If there are many available (sometimes your neighbor's)
select your connection and click connect.
Enter the network key, if required.
The network key can be obtained from your main hub computer
that is connected to your wireless router.
Open your network advisor on your hub computer and click on
the tab 'Actions' click the link that says 'Add more computers' and follow the
instructions on the screen.
At the end it will give you a 16 digit number that you will
have to write down.
This is your network key that you will need to enter in the
computer that you are adding to the wireless network.
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hi! there,internet connection using your lan card or built lan adapter on *********** board if your network to public server e,g In your town telephone w/internet using usb port or broadband wire less no matter where,as long you subcribed there service ready for internet connection,i thing this kind of service once you purchsed and subcribed they are responsible to connect to your computer,but somehow this is your request,external land card when you buy it is already provided w/ cd driver installer and built land adapter on mother board driver was on mother board cd installer.if in the absence of installer you can down load to web site there free and there is you have to purchase take name of mother board you can see on inside pc and on *********** type this website just put .com at end.and select what ever you want.same with external lancard,insert your externai landcard on mother board on white slot.but you have to remove cover for land card back of cpu.check the driver of land card in device maneger.
to open device maneger ,control panel,system properties.connect your usb cable both on land card and modem,wait a minute until installation appear in your screen follow what wiazad
1. Try to use a different wireless adapter on all available USB ports, if the problem remains then
2. turn off your PC unplug the power cord from the power socket, short the two legs of the power cable then leave it for 5min, then plug it into the power socket again and turn on the PC.
if this didnt work then you have a hardware problem with the USB ports.
Assuming you can't get it to run from the desktop icon, as long as the driver is installed which it should be, you don't need Belkin software to run your connection.
the easiest way in Vista is to go to control panel>network and sharing centre and see if network discovery is ticked green.
If not on top left of window is connect to a network, then see if your wireless connection is listed, if so click connect, if not at the bottom of the window, click set up a connection or network and follow the wizard.
Your ISP should provide you with an external modem that would be connected to your phone line, then you would connect the modem to one of the wired connections on the back of the router, or directly to the back of your computer.
However, if you insist on an internal modem, I would suggest either a U.S. Robotics or Encore brand.
go to start>run, then type ipconfig /flushdns and press enter.
If no luck then go to control panel>network connections, then click on your network adapter sometimes called local area connection unless it's wireless and right click>properties, click on the tcp/ip line and click properties and check the obtain ip address is ticked and select ok.
Try again and if that doesnt work go back to network connections, right click on your network connection and select uninstal, then restart the notebook and it will reinstall itself for you to try again.