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Setting up a wireless network with win 98 op. system.

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I have had ADSL recently installed for my comp. I have win 98 op system. The modem is a dlink, and the company is telus.
I want to hook up my wireless network for my laptop. (the hup would be connected to my desk top)
The broadbank network kit i got is a microsoft wireless desktop kit mn-610.
I installed the software but the cpu is not reconising the connection.
The only problem i had was that i didnt know my ISP adress, or how to get it, or what kind i had.
THink you could help me?
Thanks a million, Em
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