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  1. Hi everyone, this is my first post here. I have been trying to connect my windows 2000 computer to the internet wirepessly, but a problem appeared. I have a network adapter , and I found a guide online on how to connect it, here it is: http://www.uwplatt.edu/oit/howto/setupwireless-win2k.html The problem is, that my advanced tab appears to be different. Here is my advanced tab (uploaded image): http://s15.postimg.org/3r7z2kwnv/untitled.png there is no SSID etc any Ideas on what I can do?
  2. Computer Specs: Asus U56e laptop, Windows 7, Intel Centrino Wireless N 1030 adapter, ESET NOD32 antivirus, less than 2 years old I've been having a ridiculous amount of issues with my wireless adapter, and I was wondering what my options are.... All of my problems started about 6 months ago when I dropped my laptop (*cries*). A week later the hard drive went out. I got it replaced. A couple of weeks after that, my wireless adapter started getting disabled randomly, or not appearing at all. Eventually, it NEVER worked. I took it to Geek Squad and they said that nothing was wrong with my
  3. Hi: Using the Mozilla Thunderbird Email Browser, how do I set up Emailing in my home network which consists of a WIRELESS Laptop and a WIRED Desktop PC's by using ONE Account at the same Internet Service Provider ...? Is there a way that I could set up an Account (with a separate address) in the Thunderbird Browser at EACH PC, one for the WIRELESS Laptop and the other for the Desktop so that the Email-messages can be selectively delivered either to the WIRELESS or the WIRED PC rather than downloading every Email-message to both PC's at the same time...? And - can this set up be made by using
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