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You should install it to C if that is where ME is
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When I go to add new hardware, I choose it from the list and then I'm basically clueless as how to set it up.
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What make and model of router
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Linksys Wireless-G
2.4 GHz
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Has it got any letters eg wmp54gs v 1
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This is the sort of thing, once you get the correct number, there are quick install and user guides on the linksys site

http://www.linksys.c...u=1115416826519
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Well, I can get it hooked up and what not. Then it comes to this part where you need to put in a passphrase, and I didn't know if you are supposed to make one up or not. So I made one up and continued through the process and I got signals but it still said I had no internet connection. Oh, and I found the Cd's that came with the routers and modems.
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Uninstall the router and use the CD's to re-install, then copy the information from the XP one as it is the same connection

Or remove the passphrase you entered then input the one from the XP machine
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