What is needed to connect desktop to wifi Tags: Configuration Connection WiFi Desktops Wireless Networking Last response: June 29, 2012 3:08 PM in Wireless Networking Share malk5 June 29, 2012 5:27:29 AM I have a desktop & laptop computer connected with a usb bigpond stick,I want to connect these and my ipad to wifi together what hardware do I need and what changes are needed? More about : needed connect desktop wifi eibgrad June 29, 2012 3:08:35 PM The laptop needs to be configured as a wireless hotspot. If the laptop is using Windows 7, you might want to consider Connectify for these purposes. http://connectify.me You could also employ a hardware solution. Just plug a wireless router into the ethernet port of the laptop, then bridge the laptop’s wired and 3G network connections in Network Connections. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources What are some good wifi adapter for gaming desktop ? Forum How do i configure my usb adapter in my desktop if i am connecting it to a wifi Forum How to connect wifi with my desktop Forum Connect a PC to the RJ45 port of a wifi repeater router? Forum Can i connect both wifi and lan Forum What wifi adapters will work for desktop windows xp Forum How do i make my desktop share internet connnection to wifi Forum How to tap into existing Wi-Fi LAN with my desktop ... Forum CANNOT CONNECT DESKTOP & LAPTOP TO MY WIFI ROUTER Forum How to connect wifi enabled mobile to desktop pc using wifi router Forum Hello, I have or thought I had Wifi , where I can hook up another desktop in my b Forum WiFi on desktop computer? Forum Desktop PC and Wi-Fi to mobile device Forum WiFi Range extending solution needed for specific situation Forum Asus Wi-Fi Go! vs. Remote Desktop , Plex, etc. Forum CANNOT CONNECT DESKTOP TO MY WIFI ROUTER Forum WiFi Card For Desktop Build? Forum Auto Connect to Ad-Hoc Wifi Network in Win7 Forum Best wireless network card for my router? Forum What is security key Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !