Question about Computers & Internet
All you got to do is first to connect the router to the modem with an Ethernet cable...then connect the router to the computer wirelessly
And in order to connect it to computer you got to make sure that you have a wireless adapter on to the computer if not you will have to buy and install one (All Laptops have inbuilt wireless adapter however desktop does not have in general)
Then once you have the wireless adapter installed on the system
Simply click on the computer icon on the bottom right corner of your screen (if using windows ) or If you are using a Mac machine then you got to click on the Airport icon on the top right corner
Upon clicking on the icon you would be able to view the available wireless router/access point in range of your computer
Identify your router (SSID and wireless Key would be printer on a sticker on the router) and click on it to connect...if it prompts you for Key/password simply type in the Key printed on the sticker on your router (Either on the back or on the bottom of the router)
That's it you configured it
Any further questions or difficulty let me know
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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