#1
hey y'all.

i was wondering: do wireless routers work on non wireless pc's? ofcourse, i understand that you would have it physically connect it to said guiter, but i just want to make sure that it doesnt just work on the laptop and psp.
#2
As long as it has an ethernet port, you're ok.
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#3
Yeah, a wireless router works fine with computers that only require an ethernet connection. I have 5 different computers and gaming systems connected to my wireless router, and the consoles are the only things actually wireless. Hope that answers your question.
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Yeah, a wireless router works fine with computers that only require an ethernet connection. I have 5 different computers and gaming systems connected to my wireless router, and the consoles are the only things actually wireless. Hope that answers your question.

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As long as it has an ethernet port, you're ok.



yup, thats great cheers.tbh, i was 90% sure that was the answer...but the bill payer needs perseuding.
#5
You will have connect the pc with a ethernet cable to the router, and your pc must have an ethernet port.

OR

You can by a wireless pci card or flashdrive so that you don't need any cables.
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You can by a wireless pci card or flashdrive so that you don't need any cables.


Just my personal preference, but I only use a hard connection for PCs. It's much more reliable and stable.
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Just my personal preference, but I only use a hard connection for PCs. It's much more reliable and stable.



that is true.
but im sick of not having wireless for my laptop and psp. and its the same price as the dial up now...so whats the point of no broadband?