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If your running WinXP you should see an icon on the bottom right near the clock with a wireless icon. Double click on it, should now open up a windows showing a list of available wireless networks to connect to.
If you have your own Wireless router in your place find the name of that ID whatever you had set it to. If you bought a Linksys router it would say by default Linksys. If it ask for a passkey enter the passkey you had setup on the router.
Now if you can see any wireless networks or you do but can't connect see if your laptop has a on/off switch for your wireless card. If so switch it on and bam wireless freedom you have.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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