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I got a new computer. We went from Dial-Up to Verizon FIOS. I would like to use the old one to access the internet in another room, however the CD/DVD player is broken on it, so the installation drive tha went with the hardware will not work. I tried using a flash drive to copy it, but it will not install. Help.

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Make sure you are connected to your network on wireless and neighbor's
open a browser and go on to www.speedtest.net
click to check your internet speed Fios is pretty fast!
Your wireless if connected to your own network the speed is comparable weather wired or wireless!
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I don't understand your question.

You connect to a router either wirelessly or via ethernet or via USB. There is another piece you need, you need a connection, DSL, FIOS or Cable. Do you have a modem?

If you have a moden, you connect your router to the modem by the method of your choice (Ethernete or USB or wireless). Then you connect your computer to your router via the method of your choice. I presume you have more than one cocmputer? You dont really need a router UNLESS you cannot put your computer near your router AND/OR you have multiple computers you want to network to your connection.

Sometehing else, is your computer equipped for wireless? or do you have a ethernet card called a NIC (Network Interface Card) and your operating system ... is it wireless able?

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