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how to find wifi networks

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by:John-Charles-Herzberg
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What hardware are you using?
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by:John-Charles-Herzberg
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If you are using a MAC this is your best option.

http://www.istumbler.net/
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strung earned 500 total points
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Just pull down the Airport menu and hit "Join Other Networks", then hit "Show Networks".
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by:BITCooler
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