Question about Acer Computers & Internet
Hi, You cannot connect across wireless protocols. In other words to connect to 802.11 n you need an "n" adapter.
Now, the router should be backward compatible & provide wireless g/b but you may find that when you search for networks it will be listed as a seperate network name (from the same router)
Try searching for this other network. Your router documentation should advise you of its default name & any set up process
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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