no...you can buy things like wireless internet cards or drill holes in the wall to hardwire it but having just a wireless thing would be easiest
You can't. You will need to purchase a new router.
If you have a wireless router just get a wireless adapter for the computer. It can be USB or PCI adapter. And connect your new adapter to the router in the same way as you connected the first computer.
Not necessarily, you can connect via another computer with a wireless adapter.
You can use router of G or N type and the same type wireless adapter. Of course you can use wireless N adapter with G-type router and reverse.
get wireless router
yes you do. even though your internet is now set up for wireless, your xbox isn't unless you buy the adapter for it
you cant you need a wirelles adapter to do that........
No. You can't use the internet router for a wireless adapter, because the X-box 360 has a USB port in the back, where the $100 dollar wireless adapter goes. The router is the internet transmitter/receiver, while the wireless adapter is a receiver. And when I say a receiver for the router, it means it will only take the internet and transmit it to you.
The average price of a broadband wireless router really depends on the brand, the speed, the power, and the features that this particular wireless router has to offer, so probably around $50.
You need to have two things: a wireless router and a wireless adapter compatible with the router.
Your laptop cannot have a wireless router. What it has is a wireless adapter which is not the same thing. And the answer is yes, you need a wireless router if your dsl modem does not have one as an option.
Cable/phoneline---->Cable/Dsl Modem---->Wireless Broadband router
If you do not have an Ethernet cord long enough to go from the back of your modem/router to your PS3, you can use a wireless adapter (if you have a wireless router). But you don't need one.
For such purposes you need at least two subnetworks. One adapter cannot be in the same time in both of them. Thus you cannot do that. If you connect your PC through wireless to another PC, and that PC is connect to the router with a LAN cable that it's doable.
Your router WILL need to be wireless to connect wirelessly to your Xbox, but you can use an ethernet cable if your router is not wireless, straight from the router to the XBOX
A broadband router is similar to a wireless router, except that it lacks the ability to transmit and receive wireless signals. One example of a broadband router can be seen with early cable modems that allowed Internet access only to devices that were directly plugged into the unit with an Ethernet line. The primary purpose of a broadband router is to intercept traffic from the Internet and transmit relevant information packages to a computer or device for processing.
a wireless broadband just receives and send to yo PC/Laptop u can buy a router just to extend the services to other computers
Not if it's a wireless router and you have bought the wireless adapter for the xbox 360
You need to buy a wireless broadband router that has the ability to network 4 PC's. Then you need a wireless network adapter for each PC you are going to hub off of the main PC with the wireless broadband router. The wireless usb network adapters by Linksys, I think is the way to go. It might be a little extra money, but it's worth it.
It provides network connection for wireless clients.
In most cases you can.
You need to find out, what kind of wireless adapter you have (b, g, n). When you know the type of wireless network your adapter supports, you can choose the router you need. So if you have an adapter which supports, lets say, wireless G, you need to get a router with support for wireless G (and even higher, it's good for future upgrade) networks.