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Cant Connect To Wireless Internet


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Beastlyhex

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I Just Built Myself a Computer But When i Turned it on and installed all my Drivers and i still cant connect to the Wireless Internet. It works with the Ethernet cable. But that's it. How do i make me Desktop Computer Wireless? :help:
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Does you Desktop computer have a wireless adapter?
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Beastlyhex

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No. Im Guessing I Need One?
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Yes, in order to send and receive WiFi signals you will need a WiFi adapter.

You will also need a WiFi connection to connect to. Does your modem/router have WiFi?
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Beastlyhex

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yes it does
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phillpower2

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Just a heads up Doc, the OPs MB has integrated wifi http://www.pcworld.c...438628-pdt.html

See from post #15 on http://www.geekstogo...my-motherboard/
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Thanks phillpower2.

Beastlyhex, see page 2-43 of your ASUS P8Z77-V manual, "Rear pannel connectors > 2. ASUS Wireless Module (Wi-Fi 802.11)*".

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You are welcome Doc :thumbsup:
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