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I have a wireless g mimo router and the man in the shop told me after setting ot up I could remove the ethernet cable so it was completely wireless but if I remove the cable I lose the Internet. Please help me if you can thanks Lynne

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You have to setup your router for wireless access. Then setup your laptop to find your router and connect. Refer to your router manual and it will tell you how to do this. It's pretty easy just diff for each router.

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When Comcast first comes to setup your new cable modem service, they insist on connecting it to your computer and "testing" it. Most people think nothing of it, and that it's good customer service ...truth be told, what they are doing is attaching your computer's MAC address to that cable modem, so that you cannot create a wireless network. This is because they want you to pay them $150 to do this for you.

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