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 How to Have More Than One Wireless Adapter?

Answer Laptop manufacturers include wireless adapters on most of their machines by default. This is a convenience for shoppers because the computer is Internet-capable right out of the box. However, the w... Read More »
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Can I use a wireless router to connect a PC (no Wireless Adapter) to a wireless network?

I understand what you are trying to do.Most routers can not be used this way.For some routers (e.g., older LinkSys WRT54G models) you can find third-party alternative firmware (e.g. DDWRT). This a... Read More »
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I got a N150 netgear wireless adapter WNA1100, whats the range that it picks up wireless connections?

There is no one set number - there are many variables that determine wireless range, such as whether indoors or outdoors, what solid obstacles are in the way, etc. Each successive generation is mo... Read More »
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Differences Between a Compact Wireless Adapter & an External Wireless Card?

Network adapters are devices that can be installed into a laptop to provide wireless Internet access. External wireless cards can be a number of sizes and rely on different interfaces, while a comp... Read More »
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Windows XP cannot connect to any wireless network even with trying external wireless adapter?

Most times when I see this happen I reset the TCP/IP stack. Go into a command prompt with administrator privileges (Start, type CMD, right-click CMD, choose Run As Administrator) and type in the fo... Read More »
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