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I have two d-link usbs and i am trying to make a wireless network plz help me step by step

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Do you mean you have two d-link Wifi USB adapter? and Do you want to make a network between two PCs? If so , you just need to install the drivers on both PCs and then plug in each PC with your USB Wifi adapter.Then on one PC(Master) go to Control Panel,double click "Wireless Network Setup Wizard",then NEXT,you will require to enter an Network name(SSID), in here I recommand you choose "Manually assign a network key", because the automatically on from system alway very long and must use some file to transfer the config.then set the key ,then next, you can choose "Set up a network manually". After that, go to another PC(slave), double click your wireless connection icon on the task bar at the right side near the system time. the Network name(SSID) which you just set up on that PC will be in the list, if not just click "search" on the left side. double click the Network name(SSID), you will require to type your network key. then ok. You can begin to enjoy your wireless network in your home now! :-)

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