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I have a hp pavilion computer, I am trying to hook up a camera system I need to know if the motem has a router. where or how do I find out if my computer has a router

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First you need to know how old is your computer. for instance my hp pavilion is almost six years old and i had to buy a router and your computer probably dont have a router either you have to buy the router and then connect it with your computer. and you computer probably dont have a modem either if i spelled it correctly these accessories dont come with the computer, you have to buy them and then set them with your computer.

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