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question about setting up a wireless router

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My husband purchased a laptop for Christmas for me. I have a wireless router, but haven't been able to make a secured network to connect my desktop pc & my laptop. I have XP on the desktop & Windows 7 on the laptop. Not sure what I need to do since they're running different versions of Windows. I'm not sure which steps I need to take to get my wireless network secure. Thanks.
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The version of Windows is irrelevant.

Secure the network by logging into the router direct. Your router may have come with a software CD that will do it for you, if not you'll have to log in. All the details you need should be in the paraphernalia that came with it.
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