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How to connect a single computer to wireless router

I have just one laptop at home. I bought the Belkin G wireless router. How do I connect with just 1 computer? The instructions are for more than 1 computer. My laptop is a Dell E1505 and I do believe it has a wireless connection, I can connect to other WiFis. Do I still need to buy a card or USB adapter??
Any help would be appreciated!

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  • jackie20 Jul 17, 2008

    What do I need to connect the single computer to wireless? Is it possible at all?

  • jackie20 Jul 17, 2008

    Is it possible for you to help me step by step?? I am not very computer savvy! I would really appreciate this. I have the laptop, a belkin g router and cable modem for internet.
    thank you very much!

  • jackie20 Jul 17, 2008

    I am on broadband

  • jackie20 Jul 17, 2008

    thank you so much, I will go home and try it tonite, thanks again for taking the time to answer this

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You need nother computer, routers are for the second computer to conec to.

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  • rocky89 Jul 17, 2008

    yes its possible, have u got internet at home, if so, setup your roadband and router together on the copmuter, setup your computer for wireless the nyou will be abel to take your computer where u go being able to cinnect to your router throughtout the house.

  • rocky89 Jul 17, 2008

    what we will do is start from the first step. have you at all hooked up your internet and is it wrking on your computer - no = do that- yes = step 2.

    now step 2 have you loaded your router ad all settings onto your computer - no = do that - yes = step 3

    step3 - are you on like broadband or dial up? please let me know

  • rocky89 Jul 17, 2008

    ok then, plug your router into your broadband box. this should be by a few cables. if you have setup your internet fo wireless by your service. setup should be complete. ow restart computer and turn on. let me know how that goes.

  • rocky89 Jul 17, 2008

    no problems, thanks fo choosing me to answer your problems, good luck. take care .bye.

  • rocky89 Jul 17, 2008

    o, and could you please rate me, i need my ratings up to continue to help others, thansk bye.

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