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The driver for your Dell wireless card should have installed a wireless client application. If you open up the application you should see all the available wireless networks within range. The one with the best signal is yours, not sure what AT&T would've named it. It may be open then you just need to connect to it and that should be it. If it's secured then you will be asked for a password/key to connect, this would have been provided by AT&T most likely, enter the key and your notebook should connect. If you don't know the key then call customer support, they will have to provide you what the key is.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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