Question about Computers & Internet
BE sure to have the WEP key (its located on the router) then
1. go to the small icon of a computer with a red x, located at the bottom right of the computer,
2. left click it and click connect,
3. then choose your broadband,
4. then add the WEP key if asked for
and you should be up and running
hope it helps let me know
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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