Question about Intel Motherboard
When you press the wireless button on your laptop you should see an icon at the bottom of your screen that looks like a radio tower, or something else along those lines. If you right click on that icon there should be a selection labeled, 'search for wireless connection' or 'connect to a wireless device', if you click on that phrase, your adaptor will send out a signal to find the nearest access point. Providing you have a wireless router setup in your house, it should orient itself to that router. You will then need to perform a few simple steps to set up your wireless connection. (i.e. The application will ask you if you would like to connect to that device.)
If you do not have a wireless router setup in your house, then you will not be able to connect.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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