Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
I HAVE netgearwg51. I have alap top too. Kindly advicew me how to get internet on wireless. My Wireless broadband router is Wireless-G 24 GHz 54 MBps with four port switch.
With sincerest wishes and warmest regards,
r sundara raj.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
If wireless is enabled on your router, your laptop is in range and it's wireless radio enabled, you should be able to see your wireless connection status in an icon down by your system clock. When it see's your wireless network nearby, it should pop up a little bubble to let you know and connect. If you don't see the bubble you can still connect by right-clicking the icon (looks like a computer with an antenna on it) and selecting "View Available Wireless Networks", then choosing yours from the list and hitting Connect.
If it's not just that easy for you to connect, some troubleshooting will need to be done and you should provide more details such as your notebook model number and version of windows.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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