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Connecting to Router with Windows 98 1st Edition

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How do you configure the Network Wizard to connect to a WRT54G Wireless Router Version 6 by Linksys with a Windows 98 First Edition Machine? I have successfully network my Dell Dimenson 2400 Windows XP and a MAC Book notebook computer OX 10 to this router.
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This is probably the best website you can find on networking windows.


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Windows 98 first edition follows the same pattern and rules as Windows 98 Second Edition, and the general consensus is stick a network card in it that is supported by Win98 first edition (so it'll often be a much older card), get it working, then plug in a piece of network cable from it to the router, and that's it. It then works in exactly the same way as XP - it gets its addresses from the router.
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