Question about Averatec 3200 Notebook
The specifics depend greatly on the version of windows you are running.
In general, there should be an icon on the lower right hand corner of the screen, right by the clock. It should look like a computer with three curved lines next to it. By clicking this (or right clicking in Windows vista) a menu or a screen will come up, listing the available wireless networks.
Upon clicking on a network, you may be asked for the 'key'. This would be a password set up for connecting to the network when the router was initially set up. Enter this key, and you should, after a few seconds, be connected to the internet.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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