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Router i need help getting my computer wireless that i can go anywhere in my house. right now i got the blue cord connected to my computer

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You will need two things. 1. A wireless router. 2. A wireless adapter for the computer if it does not already have one.

If you have anormal sized home you want a "G" network. If you have a larger home or a lot of walls to pass thru, upgrade to "N" equiptment.

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The wireless light is flashing red..what does this mean?


The Problem is this :: "Wifi protected setup on the router is Enabled "

Connect Router - Computer (Wired)

Open router Setup by typing http://192.168.2.1 on the address bar of your web browser (Internet Explorer)

On the left under wireless Click Wi - Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

leave the password Blank And click Submit

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On the left under wireless click security

Select the Security mode as WPA

Type the password that you want in the blank box for pre shared key (PSK)

Click Apply changes

On the left under wireless click channel and SSID

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Unplug the Power cord from the router

Restart the computer

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I can't hook up my PC with my wireless router how I can do this?


You could simply hardwire your computer directly to your router, unless you want to purchase a Wireless Card or USB. You will still need a computer connected to your Wireless router to act as a terminal to edit and set the settings on the router. Most regular routers use CAT5 (Ethernet) cord to setup their networks, which is what you should use.

Go to your local store and purchase 2 CAT5 Cables to connect one from your modem into your router and one from your router to your PC. Once you have set up your wireless router you can then access your router from anywhere in your house.

Good luck, if you need help feel free to comment.

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Do i set it up on my pc?


hi...
yes you can use you wireless laptop anywhere in the house,once you have setup the wireless router,what you need to do is to connect the laptop to your wireless network,once this configuration has been done in you computer you will connect to the wireless network automatically from next time if you are in the boundary of your network and yes your friend can use her laptop provided she connects to your network like you did for the 1st time...

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Can you check if your laptop will still be able to get online if its in the same location where the non working wireless computer is?

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hi haloplayer 1,
Easy fix, unplug cord going to computer, unplug it from the blue spot, plug it into the black spot, plug the ethernet cord from the black spot to the blue spot.
Should work. have a good new year.

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