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Topic # 5690 18-Nov-2005 04:34
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Hello I just switched my Work Pc , I just got a new dell Latitude 610 with a wifi included I am wondering if it is possible to sync my PPC h5555 wifi with my Computer and how to do so, Important thing I use the dell Wifi for connecting to our local network at work,
can anybody help me??

A great idea how to do it would be fantasic.

thanks marc

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Reply # 23491 18-Nov-2005 10:06

Yes you can presuming...

1. You can access your work wireless network, ie. if your local work network administrators allow that and you can get the correct encryption key (WEP or WPA).
2. You have previously setup a partnership with the laptop via USB, Serial or Ir.

General 802.11b wireless help...

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