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How i install my router

Just brought a new computer

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You don't have to install it , just connect it to your new computer either using Ethernet cable , or Wireless ( enter the password if needed).

Posted on May 13, 2010

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Routers are small computers that provide network infraestructure, since they are not a peripheral there is no need for installation, you may be wanting to connect to it wirelessly, in such case search the wireless network your router provides and connect to it the same way you did with your old computer.

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My printer is not connecting wireless from my comp. I brought it over from my parents house to my new place and it wont work.


For installing a wireless printer on Windows XP, wireless router is an essential device.

Follow the recommended steps mentioned on the installation CD of the router, and set-up a wireless network.

Since several computers or laptops will access the printer, it is recommended to connect the wireless printer to the main computer through the USB port.

To begin the installation process on Windows XP, access the network setting in the Control Panel, and activate the file and printer sharing option in the LAN setting.

This will allow the operating system to recognize the availability of a wireless printer.

Now, click the Start button, go to Devices and Printers, select Add a Printer option.

Click the second option- Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer.

The computer will search for available printer and reflect it on the screen.

Click Finish; and the printer is ready to begin the printing process.

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Guests can't connect to my wifi, which is unsecured


You need to set up wireless network first. Follow router instructions.

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How to install a wireless router without cd


You can download the device drivers from NetGears own website @ http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WGT624.asp you will need to select the EXACT model( version you have - this can be found on the stamp underneath the router that has all those barcodes on) and download the latest drivers for yours. by doing this it will trigger 1 of 2 responses:

1. You have the latest version, no update is needed

2. You must setup your device before updating drivers. to do this please select OK

1 - Will trigger an auto setup of the device.
2 - Will take you through the setup wizard itself

which depends on how your router was shipped. If you have brought the router 2nd hand then you can obtain a new setup disc free of charge via the same site if neither of the above work.

For future ref: PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR 'FULL' ROUTER INFO-Different models of the same router can work quite differently and you may not get a best fix without it

Best Regards
Cruton

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Hi I live in Australia and have brought D-link dir-300 Wireless G router 1st off I have on screen D-link Quick router setup Quick router set has discovered that you are already connected to a router...


Dlink routers are fairly easy to set up most of the time, I've used several of them over the years. What the heck is this tower you keep speaking of? Is it a second computer or is it THE computer for your desktop monitor. Your explanation leaves a lot to be desired. I've never seen a commercial router that stands up like a tower computer and if you have one, it is probably a pretty expensive unit, so we must clarify and completely understand what you are talking about. You indicate that removing power and cables from the tower would disable your monitor and that makes it sound like the tower IS your computer. Does that make sense to you, it does to me.

Aug 24, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I have installed a netgear wireless router according to the wizard disc and it says I have completed it..however it is still connected to the computer..how do I make it wireless?? If I just disconnect it...


wireless hasnt got nothing in relation to the wired internet ports on your computer. think of it as two seperate books.

if you have brought a wireless router, you SHOULD have brought a wireless card to go inside your computer, just like you need a skybox to watch t.v from the satelite, it doesnt go straight to your tv. just like the wireless signals doesnt get 'absorbed' by your pc.

IF you have also brought, inserted, and installed the wireless card you should follow these steps.

firstly you need to go into 'network connections' and find your wireless connection you have. double click it and you should see a screen where you search for your wireless network, which the netgear wireless router will be sending out the signal. Once youve found your wireless network you can double click it and connect. some people will have a password, called a network key. this should be provided in the paperwork of the netgear wireless router.

GIMME A 'FIXYA' :)

Jul 28, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Connection


I had the same problem with a TP-Link wireless. I made connection first with the computer hooked to the DSL modem. Brought up a browser and made sure I was on line. Then connected Modem to router and router to computer. There were pop-up messages to let me know when Cable was unplugged and when connected was made again. I then stayed connected, until the electric went off and immediately back on. So had to go through it again to reconnect. Hope this works for you. Thanks

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