Re: Question about a Home Wireless Network
In the meantime, look at your laptop (the computer ;-) ) and see if it says anything about WiFi or if it has a Bluetooth indicator. If not, then look at the back to the laptop and see what ports it has. See if any of those ports look like they can be used for networking or make notes of all of them and post that to the list.
Here is a page that can help you identify various network ports, http://www.geek.com/laptop-expansion-port/.
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