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Belkin Notebook card and its wireless access point

I have resently gotten my Grandmother a Belkin Notebook card "G" (f5d7010) to use in her Gateway laptop. In the instuctions of how to get internet on her card, it says to put the card into the "Wireless Access Point" and let it blink a few times before removing. But, where is the Wireless Access Point I have to plug the card into to get the connection I need? We have a old netgear router that I thought was out wireless point, but there is no where to put the card, and the computer (desktop) is so old, it doesn't have a flash drive. Any help is welcome, thanks :)

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Hello,

In Ideal scenarios, you should just plug in the card in the notebook and it should get installed automatically.

Thanyou may scan for the available networks and you should be able to seethe network of your Netgear router(Assuming that the Netgear you havementioned is wireless capable and configured).

You can connect to the network and it should work fine.
Check this link

Let me know what happens.
Regards,
Sammy

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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