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computer Help needed!!!!!

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by airgunner.177, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. airgunner.177

    airgunner.177 Busy Member

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    Hi im not much use with computers i only know the baisics mainly how to switch one on and go to agf, i connect to the net with a wireless router and i did just about managed to set that up ok by myself, the problem im having now is setting a second computer up off the same wireless router that ive bought for the kids for christmas, ive set the wireless usb reciver ok but thats as far as i can get, ive tried emailing my isp but they didnt understand what i was saying so were no use to me at all, so can anybody on here please give some sort of clear step by step instructions on how to set up a second computer to the internet, do i have to change any settings on mine ?, and ive read somewhere about an IP address??? that needs to be put in, i just aint got a clue i would be very greatfull to anybody who can help regarding this problem, if you want to email me some directions on how to try and solve this my email address is,
    andy.davies10atvirgin.net
    thanks alot for any help that may be given, ATB Andy
     
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  2. MOO

    MOO Keyboard Hero

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    If your first computer is linked to wireless, do you not just try click on the two little computers at the bottom right hand side of your screen and view available networks. Then you just choose your own one (I named mine so I didn't confuse it with my neighbours) and then if you locked it just type in the 10 digit passcode and log on :confused::confused:
     
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    It's a good idea to lock it :up: sorry I can't be of any help.
     
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    hi mate, you shouldnt have to input your ip address for a router. all you have to do is obviously make sure the new computer wifi enabled (wireless) then turn new computer on go to start menu and click on wireless settings in control panel and search for the router.....put in the passcode for the router and hey presto. as far as im aware there's no limit to the amount of pc's you can run from the router but the connection speed will slow down.

    good luck mate

    if all els fails just google it like: how to connect a computer to a router???
     
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  5. airgunner.177

    airgunner.177 Busy Member

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    Bloody Computers

    Thanks alot for the replies so far its appreciated, im going to have another attempt at sorting it in a min, but havent got a clue what will happen, ERE GOES! :eek::confused::confused:
     
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    Hi all thanks for the help that was offered, YES IVE DONE IT! the other computer is up n running "merry christmas" to you all, atb Andy:)
     
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    :up: Thats good :) merry Christmas to you.
     
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    Good well done, hope I was of help to you :up:
     
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    No you made things worse :eek:
     
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    Thanks :rolleyes: glad to be of assistance :D
     

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