Question about Computers & Internet
Hi It is very simple! Just create a new Profile:
1. in System Tray click on WiFi icon,
2. select 'Configure WiFi'
3. open 'Profiles...'
4. choose 'Add...'
5. in 'Profile Name:' type anything (it can be the same name as SSID)
6. in 'WiFi Networks Name (SSID):' type a proper name of your WiFi SSID
7. choose 'Operating Mode:' you have 2 options, but I rather choose Network (Internet)
8. click 'Next'
9. leave selected 'Personal Security'
10. under 'Security Settings' choose WEP or wpa-psk encryption type that is enabled on ADSL router. On my router I have WPA-PSK, and I have chosen WPA-Personal (TKIP)as its the strongest encryption. careful in choosing the correct encryption type.
11. type Encryption key in field 'Password'
12. click OK
13. select this new profile and click 'Connect'
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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