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Have a desktop with cable internet - installed router and added my laptop to wireless - it picked up the signal and connected and put in password no problem. Tried to do same with my cousins laptop from Canada (Dell Laptop) wireless signal there but won't let me connect to internet with password. tried installing the CD and keeps saying not connected to the Internet. How can I connect another laptop wirelessly through my router?

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You would connect a laptop from Canada the same way as one from the US. You want to make sure the wireless card is turned on and check for wireless networks. Once you have found your network select it make sure you type the password correctly.

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