LAN connections Tags: Routers Windows 7 Connection LAN Networking Last response: August 2, 2010 9:09 AM in Networking Share Anonymous a b $ Windows 7 August 2, 2010 8:33:10 AM Hello, want to ask how to connect a LAN connection in a windows 7 O.S More about : lan connections Anonymous a b $ Windows 7 August 2, 2010 9:09:11 AM Presumably you have a router -- I'd recommend downloading the manual from the CD or the maker's site and reading about the physical connections and settings . Windows7 Help probably contains lots of other stuff on setting up your network -- including running a Wizard which claims to simplify things. I don't think anyone will give you a complete step-by-step based on such a broad enquiry. Come back later with specific questions. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDoes Asus 'Access Point Mode' Kill Wired (LAN) Connections? (rt-n56u) Forum SolvedDesktop PC shows both Wireless and Wired LAN connections, but which one is it running on? Forum 2 ethernet connections, internet 1, LAN other Forum SolvedMultible Connections with Wireless LAN without Networking Forum Aggregating powerline and wireless-N connections within LAN for higher read/write speeds Forum Merging a desktop LAN and wireless connections Forum setup 1 LAN network over 2 WAN internet connections Forum Two Internet Connections (Routers) on one LAN. Forum Two internet Connections, one LAN - how to share Forum Setting up two LAN connections Forum Combine two connections: WiFi and LAN Forum Need help with LAN/WAN connections. Forum DD-WRT is only good for wireless connections? or does it help LAN Forum internet connections for a home user on LAN Forum Two internet connections - one private lan Forum Administrate two different connections (lan and usb) to one pc Vista at the same Forum How to connect two internet connections to one lan Forum U two connections, two routers, want one LAN HELP!! Forum Multiple Lan connections with Internet access Forum LAN not showing in "Nework connections" Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !