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wifi and home network

by klj / April 28, 2005 3:38 AM PDT

If I buy a laptop that is wifi enabled will it automatically connect to my home network? If not, what will I have to do to make that happen? Thank you, KLJ

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(NT) Depends on what you have now
by Melati Hitam / April 28, 2005 4:32 AM PDT
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by bclinger / April 30, 2005 7:42 AM PDT
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It probably will once you have your security settings in place. If you are running encryption, it shows a signal being received and you cannot connect, then make sure the password is correct. The same level of encryption and the same password is required in normal situations. Ben

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