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ill_never_b_a_geek

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Hello,

According to the Chrome OS info, I should be able to use my Bell Internet service (Bell stick) to connect my new chromebook to the internet.But, haven't been able to get it done.
If anyone here knows, please share the how-to do the connection.

Thanks
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Troy

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Hello and sorry for the delay,

I am not familiar with the Bell stick of which you speak, however I'm sure if you contact Bell support they will be able to assist you.

Troy
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rshaffer61

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Seems to be a USB or Nic card wireless adapter Troy.
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Troy

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Well then it would be up to them to provide a driver for it to work. Considering the Chrome OS isn't exactly popular as yet, there may not be a driver or plans to release one. Only Bell support will be able to answer for sure.

Thanks Ron.
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