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If you have a router, you need to setup a wireless network first.
Start the WLan AutoConfig service so your Windows 7 can use wireless (amek sure your laptop wireless switch is also switched ON). Once started, Windows 7 will automatically search and detect your wireless network (SSID). You need to log onto this network.
Do the same for the Xp machine.
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