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Broadband vs Dial up.

I have a Dell 610C laptop. It runs windows XP. It has a V90 Modem. I also have a desktop which has a broadband connection(optimum online). I don't want to tie up my phonelines while I am on the internet.The laptop has a USB connection, and a PCMCIA card input. How can I get around the limitations of the V90

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You need either a wireless usb adapter... and a wireless router or a usb router and a usb cable...

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Setting up Your Internet Connection To connect to the Internet, you need a modem or network connection and an Internet Service provider (ISP).
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    • Choose Wireless if you will use a wireless connection through a WLAN card.

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note.gif NOTE: If you do not know which type of connection to select, click Help me choose or contact your ISP.
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