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802.11g how do i hook my wireless up

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    Rick White May 11, 2010

    Do you need to know how to set up the router's wireless network, or do you need to know how to connect to the network from your computer (or both)?

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Please give post the brand or model number of your wireless devices, number of computers and internet connection type (Cable or DSL) and I'm willing to help. Are you just trying to hook your laptop to an existing wireless network?

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