How do you hook up a laptop to your highspeed internet?
depends on vartious things, what information i would need to know is : do u mean setting up a network with ur laptop and another PC?, what OS r u using? what type of broadband connection do you have?
The basic answer is yes. I do not quite know what you mean by 'hook' but I assume you mean wired. The way to do this is to have an ethanet cable, plug it into the laptop and then into the router, so the laptop and router are connected to each other. You then get Internet or whatever the router is for, for your laptop as well. Contact me on my discussion page if that…
Three basic choices: !. WiFi card in your laptop that will find and use open Internet connections. 2. Ethernet cable provided by the hotel so you can connect to their Internet connection. 3. Card installed in your laptop that allows you to connect to the Internet through a wireless company. OK, a fourth. Telephone connection using a modem in your computer and a dial up service.
Your new laptop has internet everywhere exept your room and the bathroom how can you get internet in your room?
I can either save up money to get an Xbox 360 at the end of this year Or a laptop or PC in the next few years Or i could just wait until the next system comes out Which one should I pick?
the decision is really all up to you. remember, since the 360 is made by Microsoft you can hook it up to the internet and use it as your computer. i would not recomend a laptop seeing that you need a router for wirless internet, possibly an extra memory stick and I do not know one person who has had a laptop that hasn't had to be fixed in the first 2 years.
You understand you need a air card for the internet on your laptop computer how do you hook it up and with what to be able to use it on your desktop computer too?
Can you hook up a laptop to a wireless network and have a desktop hooked into a wired broadband service in the same house Can you use separate Internet Service Providers?
yes, if the laptop is using a form of mobile broadband such as the one Verizon and at&t offer, with a "latptop connect card"....if you want an internet provider through the house lines for the laptop, AND a separate internet provider for the DESKTOP that wont work, because the internet provider is going to say "your house has one line coming in off our main box out on the street, so only one internet service…