Question about Computers & Internet
Hi Philip, Is the desktop PC you have upstairs hooked up to the network via a cable or is it also wireless ? Do you have a wireless access point router ? If so, what is the supported IEEE Standard...
Wireless means you don't have to hook up to a network via a cable, but you do have to have a Wireless Router hooked up to the network to enable you to transmitt and receive a signal to your wireless products.
Royse City, Texas
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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