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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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