Question about Computers & Internet
You should be able to go into the list of local networks and find your service and connect to it . You do have a wireless card installed?? If not you would have to have a cable from router to laptop. You should have a switch for wireless connections and if you switch this it should bring up a box and then you can pick your service to hook up with.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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