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Connecting an old ethernet computer to Wifi

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Re: WiFi

A Wifi USB-stick, a WiFi PC-card or a WiFi-antenna that goes into your Ethernet connector. If a driver is necessary, be sure there is one for your old PC.

There should be shops in England that sell such.

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Should work

Depends on the quality of the wifi signal.

Before you buy that you might want to check what OS's are supported.

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