Locate the wireless signal icon in the lower right of your computer screen and click it.
If you are using a portable computer and see this icon, the wireless card may be deactivated. Make sure that the button intended for wireless connection is activated. You’ll find it in the front of your computer or on the keyboard.
A list of available networks will appear. Select the one with your network name (SSID) and click “Connect.”
You’ll then be asked to enter your network security key.
If you see the WPS icon in this window, it means that your router supports the WPS function. Press the button for this function on your router (often identified by its logo).
The message below will appear. It shows that your computer is receiving the security information required for connection. Wait a few moments for the operation to be completed.
If you get the error message below, repeat the steps above. If the message is still there, enter the security key you noted during your router’s wireless configuration. Connection should then take place.
If you wish to correct the error message problem, reconfigure your wireless router or contact the router manufacturer’s technical support.
When the connection is established for the first time, select the location of the network that will determine your connection’s security settings. Choose the one that corresponds best to your situation. If you’re at home, for instance, choose “domestic network.”
You are now connected.
If you click the wireless signal icon, the word “Connected” will appear in bold.
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