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Have a new imac with leopard and it has a built in airport, how do i get the dlink on my pc to recognise it

Trying to get dlink to recognise my imac

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  • suzannecr May 08, 2008

    my pc is on the dlink router with my modem , i am trying to get my new imac with leopord to go online using the wireless router and im not sure how to do that with airport

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To join an AirPort network:
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Choose Apple > System Preferences, and then click Network.
2.
Click AirPort in the network connection services list and choose a wireless network from the Network Name pop-up menu. Enter the password for the network if necessary.
If the network you expected is not in the list, it may be a “closed” network and not be available in the list. Try clicking Other, and then enter the network name and password if necessary.
If AirPort isn’t in the list, click Add (+) at the bottom of the list, choose AirPort from the Interface pop-up menu, give the AirPort service a name, and then click Create.

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