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11 Mar 2010  


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mitzie View Post

Woops sorry I seem to have posted in the wrong place I appologise.

Yes I have run the disk loads of times. Each time I delete the available networks so that I have a clean slate lol

Hello mitzie, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums!

All you have to do is ask some of these young "wiper-snapers" around here and they will tell you it drives them nuts waiting for an old guy like me to get to the point. So we shouldn't have any difficulty getting you up and running. Lets just take it one step at a time, OK?

If you need confirmation that your laptop and desktop are able to connect wirelessly, just let us know the make and model number, something we can lookup the specs with the manufacturer.

Wireless can be a little tricky, more settings than a wired connection, but I think if we first get Internet access for you through the router, then we can finish with setting up your simple home network. I have a couple of 7s, XPs, and Ubuntus all happily coexisting on my home network, so it can be done.

First, please choose which computer, desktop or laptop, you want to start with and let me know?

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