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I HAVE A COMPUTER UPSTAIRS & CONNECTED TO INTERNET, I WANT 2ND COMPUTER (W/C IS IN THE GARAGE) TO GET CONNECTED ALSO IN THE INTERNET. I HAVE A BELKIN WIRELESS ROUTER BUT IT SEEMS I CANNOT GET IT WORKING. HELP..

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Ok is the one upstairs hard wired if so log into your router and set your wireless to enable others to see make sure you set wep for incription and remember code you use save and log out then go to start / run type cmd then enter black screen white writing type ipconfig and note ip add subnet & def gateway this way you can set other pc to a simular ip add but same subnet and gateway, if you have problems and are in uk post back with phone number to contact will give you a bell

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