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May 26, 2004 2:13:22 PM

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I currently have the MN-620 wireless kit setup with a
desktop computer and a notebook connected with the wireless
card to a broadband network. It works great and I'm very
satisfied with it. Performance is terrific and very
consistent. I'm wondering if this same kit can be used
simply connect a notebook wirelessly to a broadband
network, WITHOUT the desktop computer. My daughter has
only a laptop and would like to have a similar setup to
mine, but she doesn't have a desktop, just wants to be able
to move the laptop around. I'd like to find out before I
purchase another kit for her. In reading the doc, it seems
that I must configure the base station while the laptop is
'hard-wired' via the ethernet cable, and they 'maybe' I can
disconnect the cable and do setup with the network adaptor
card. Maybe there is some other type of 'kit' I should be
looking at. Any help would be appreciated.

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May 26, 2004 2:26:20 PM

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Sorry, I just found my anwser in this forum!

>-----Original Message-----
>I currently have the MN-620 wireless kit setup with a
>desktop computer and a notebook connected with the wireless
>card to a broadband network. It works great and I'm very
>satisfied with it. Performance is terrific and very
>consistent. I'm wondering if this same kit can be used
>simply connect a notebook wirelessly to a broadband
>network, WITHOUT the desktop computer. My daughter has
>only a laptop and would like to have a similar setup to
>mine, but she doesn't have a desktop, just wants to be able
>to move the laptop around. I'd like to find out before I
>purchase another kit for her. In reading the doc, it seems
>that I must configure the base station while the laptop is
>'hard-wired' via the ethernet cable, and they 'maybe' I can
>disconnect the cable and do setup with the network adaptor
>card. Maybe there is some other type of 'kit' I should be
>looking at. Any help would be appreciated.
>.
>
Anonymous
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May 26, 2004 3:30:25 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Awesome. I hope your daughter enjoys the freedom of wireless.
--
Chris H.
Microsoft Windows MVP
Tablet Creations - http://nicecreations.us/
Associate Expert
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<anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Thanks....it was your previous thread that I found! I've
> already gone out, found the MS kit at $39 (they just keep
> getting cheaper!) and ordered it.
>
> Thanks again....I always find my answers here. You are all
> terrific.
!