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Internet Connections The Internet wont connect to any other computer or a Wi-Fi connector only the PC has an Internet connection. Any advice on how to fix it?

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    Cosma Papouis May 11, 2010

    When you say it will not connect could you be a little more specific. Have you enabled wireless on the router? Do you have a wireless card in the other computer? Have you set passwords? What happens when you try to connect?

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Wi-Fi stands for wireless fidelity. The term Wi-Fi, which is alternatively pushed by the Wi-Fi Alliance, a trade group that pioneered commercialization of the technology. Wi-Fi is mostly about connecting to the Internet without physically attaching your computer to anything. Mostly it's about using laptop computers.


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