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loc122

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hi i wanna know is the anyway to use your home network from usb from another computer and any place ?
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Hello,

Can you be a little more descriptive? There may be ways of achieving what you are asking but can't confirm until I know exactly what you want to do.

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i want to use my home internet from usb is that possible now i'm home can i do somehow to go on another computer without internet to put usb and use my internet from home i see that on google but i couldn't figure out
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OK so what it sounds like you want to achieve is to install a USB wireless receiver into one of your computers (currently not connected) so it can connect to the home internet.

If so you will need two things:

1) A modem with wireless capability (or router) that is configured with a wireless network
2) A USB wireless receiver that is installed on the computer so you can connect

If this sounds right, let me know what specific steps you need help with and we can get started. Otherwise let me know what I've misunderstood.

Cheers
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