erm... dont think so, its an e-machine 270 and its a standard set up.. only thing on list that looks that way is: Realtek LAN contoller.. but im just guessing now. Assuming it doesnt have wireless card installed, would i have to install a card? or is there something i can stick in a USB...?
It may be easier to invest in two ethernet over mains adaptors plug one in upstairs and connect it with an ethernet cable to your sons PC the other plugs in near you router and again connect with an ethernet cable to a free port on your router that way none of the problems you can get with a wireless connection
never connected one but bought one for my grandaughter as she was having trouble with her Laptop wireless connection but so far have not fitted it as her father has the laptop at the moment. i was told that you get a disc with it .[my one did.] And it was a matter of running the disc to download the drivers and then use it.Sounds easy i hope so. Argos bargain warehouse was selling them for £10 on special a special offer.
Yep, use Powerline connectors. See my post click here
As long as your netgear modem has a router built-in (and 95% of home broadband is actually a modem/router combo), you can set the whole lot up in something under 2 mins. You'll need two of them and price for a starter kit pair is normally £40-£70 depending on make and speed.
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