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so I have this problem. I have 2 laptops, and I set up my netgear router on them, so the thing is, that one of them is always connected to the router, what do I do to get wireless on both of them? if I disconnect the router then I have internet only on one of computers.
P.S. I have Win 7
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Just browse your wireless networks and connect. You can almost have virtually as many wireless devices associated with your router.

Here is a guide provided by Microsoft to set it up
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