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You will need a wifi adapter (usually a small USB device that must simply be inserted) and you will need to install the appropriate drivers for your wifi adapter. Then you will need to reboot the PC.
Once that is done, or if your manufacturer has done that for you, you should see a small icon near your system tray, near the clock (you may need to expand the tray by clicking the arrow). The icon should be a series of growing horizontal waves. Click the icon and select the "Select Network" option from the menu. You should then be able to select your wireless network by clicking on it and entering any WEP Key (password) that is neccessary. Your WEP Key should be printed on the side of your router.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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