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Cant find wireless network

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I already have a network setup. I have 4 computers all running off, of my Belkin router. I've brought a new laptop with a built in wireless router. It's a Realtek RTL8187. How can I configure it to pick up the signal of my belkin router?

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Ok. Well, because your laptop has a Wireless Adapter already inside, this should be easy. Now, specific instructions usually require the make and model of laptop, however, turn the laptop on, and make sure that your adapter is active. usually there's either a button somewhere on the laptop with the little wireless antenna symbol, or sometimes you have the purple FN keys, which will allow you to activate it that way. Let us know what the make and model of laptop you have and we'll try to get more specific.
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