Wireless enabling a PC

  bluto1 19:30 23 Apr 2008
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I'm currently using a Speedtouch 330 modem for my Internet connection. How , or rather, what changes are necessary on my PC to make it wireless enabled? Thanks for any help.

  DieSse 19:45 23 Apr 2008

Is it a laptop or a desktop?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:47 23 Apr 2008
  DieSse 19:53 23 Apr 2008

Basically you need a wireless adapter for the PC - and a wireless modem/router in place of the Speedtouch.

For a desktop you can get a plug-in USB adapter, os a PCI internal card.

Most modern laptops are alreadt wireless enabled - if they aren't, use an external adapter or a PCCard.

Internal cards - Examples click here

USB adapters - Examples click here

PCCard adapters - Example click here

Wireless modem/Router - Examples click here

  bluto1 21:06 23 Apr 2008

Thank you both for the info. Resolved.

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