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Old 06-30-2004, 09:13 AM   #1
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Default Connecting a .g to a .b

I want to connect my new laptop to my desktop pc. My laptop has a .g standard wireless card built in and it can see my desktop's transceiver. However, my desktop's .b transceiver cannot see my laptop. Any ideas?
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I want to connect my new laptop to my desktop pc. My laptop has a .g standard wireless card built in and it can see my desktop's transceiver. However, my desktop's .b transceiver cannot see my laptop. Any ideas?
Erm, I don't think there is a way for the A.B to see the .g because that is too old basically. What I would recommend is just to buy a A.G reciever for the Desktop. Or cheaper probably would be to try and find an A.B for the Laptop; but its likely you wouldn't be able to find it.
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you need a new network card... i recomend getting another g card as its much much faster
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Are you going to tell us what you did... :P

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franky says relax
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heh...yeh go for G, big diff. 54Mb to 11mb
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yah. but if you plan to use .A get a multiband router too... if you have lots of 2.4 GHz devices. Cell phones wont be hurt by wi-fi so dont worry bout that. GSM and CDMA operate at around 850-1900Mhz....
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