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andrew12345

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i have two computers, one of them is on the internet via a cable modem. im on blueyonder broadband. i want to have both pcs on the internet, and ive been told that i could use a wireless router. ok so i attach the wireless router to my modem, but how do i get the router to connect to the pc wirelessly? do i use a usb receiver or something? thanks :tazz:
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Howdy:

You will have to install wireless networking cards in both systems and then configure them..

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do i have to install those cards? is there nto some other way to do it?
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No you will need a wireless card to be able to connect wirelessly, and they can be PCI cards or USB cards.
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