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Connecting to wireless networks

Question : My Windows XP notebook computer won't connect automatically to wireless networks that are within range. Why is this?

Answer : If the wireless network is "secured," you'll need a passkey, or password, to access it. Make sure you have a passkey, and double-click the wireless access icon in your Windows taskbar.

You should see a list of wireless networks available. Click the one for which you have a passkey, and then click the Connect button.

You should be prompted for the key. You will need to type it twice for verification purposes. Once you click OK, you should connect within a few seconds.

Windows remembers the wireless networks to which you've connected. The next time you're in range of a network that you have used previously, your notebook should connect automatically.

 
 

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