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Old 08-25-2008, 10:23 AM   #1
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I Have My Lab Top Hooked Up To Wireless Router. I Want To Hook Up My Pc Up To The Same Router, Can Anyone Help Me? My Labtop Suns Windows Xp And My Pc Is Millenium, Is This A Problem?

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Old 08-26-2008, 08:50 AM   #2
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your easiest solution would be to locate the router beside the pc and just run a cat5 cable from one of the router ports to the pc. if you need the pc to be wireless then you will need to get a wireless pci card for the pc.

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thanks i will try that today. another ? for you. if you don't mind.

i just recently made my labtop wireless as u know. but it seems to be running slower and when i use it sometimes a message comes up and says this web page is not available off line click connect to stay online. but i never signed off.

and when i go to click connect it brings up my old dial up internet setup.

does this make any sense? thanks again
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It sounds like your default internet connection is set to the old dial up and not the newer wifi connection.
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