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Going wireless I've recently bought a new PC and would like to have internet on both PC's in the house. I bought a netgear wireless USB. I don't seem to be getting anywhere with it. Is this because they are not compatiable or can I get it to work?

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Hi!
I did a research regarding the modem that you have, and it seems like it does not have any wireless functionality. If this is the same modem that you are using you can check this link, this shows the data sheet for your speedstream 4100. And it don't have any info regarding wireless/WLAN.

I hope this one helps.

Posted on May 11, 2008

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