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  • Started 3 years ago by xjelly
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xjelly
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I have a question on how to use wireless adapter? After I connect to internet using the installed software, should I connect with a normal way. I mean I connect to wireless Network connection 1 & wireless Network connection 2?

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Lighthouse
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What OS ?

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xjelly
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windows 7

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Xhi
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There should be only one Wireless Network Connection. No 1 may be the old adapter which was not removed. Wireless Network Connection 2 is probably the one you want. In the picture below I had a Wireless Network Connection 1 to another device which I removed and deleted. I now use the new device Wireless Network Connection 2.

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whs
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I assume you are talking about a WiFi USB dongle. Those often come with their own program for connection (e.g. Netgear). Did you install their program from the CD that came with the dongle ?? It then should be part of the startup programs.

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xjelly
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yes whs

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