All you need:
- your laptop
- possibly money or a creditcard to pay for the connection
- if there's a physical switch on the laptop, it must be said to 'enabled' (it could be disabled by default or for security reasons) -
- the software to make the connection is either the default Windows one (that works quite well) or a manufacturer specific application - I don't know Advent so I can't tell you.
- those machine specific details might be in the documentation or some help program
It's not that difficult. Here are a two links to read:
It's quite likely they can help you to connect where you are going to. And you need them anyway to tell you the SSID (network name) and the security settings and password you need to logon. So probably they'll have a written guide on how to do it.
If you've got a friend or family member with a 'wireless router' you can try there.
Best of luck,
Hi, i recently bought a new laptop and its the first time i've ever used a laptop so i dont know alot about them. the problem im having is that im going on holiday and it said there was a wi-fi access point there but i dont know what i need to connect to it when im there. my laptop is a Advent 5302 with 250 hdd 2gb mem and vista home premium with a intel core duo t5550 1.8ghz pcu. its got a antenna light symbol next to the power on light. the sticker on the laptop says '10/100 mbit LAN' and 'wireless LAN b/g' i know this is something to do with it but i dont understand it. oh and im from the u.k if that makes any differnce. if anyone could help me out that would be great thanx. Dan