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need some help on home networking

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i have a laptop and a desktop and i have a wireless router WAG200g can i connect both of them

laptop runing windows vista home

and dekstop is windows xp sp2

can i connect them both if i can how ?
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Hi cellquery.

Browse this G2G Home Networking Guide. Browse to Post#3 - it should explain everything.

Basically, your internet cable is connected to the router, which is connected to one of the computers (the desktop) via a Cat5 cable. The other computer (the laptop) will access the router via a wireless card.

If you have problems after reading the tutorial, please post back the specific steps and errors.
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