Desktop PC cant connect to interet

  Hetti 16:04 08 Nov 14
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I have a desktop PC that cant connect to internet wirelessly (using ethernet cable at the moment) Belarc shows the following

Microsoft ISATAP Adapter Microsoft Kernel Debug Network Adapter ↑ Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller primary Auto IP Address: 192.168.0.100 / 24 Gateway: 192.168.0.1 Dhcp Server: 192.168.0.1 Physical Address: D4:3D:7E:33:85:FF Connection Speed: 100 Mbps Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface

I thought the Realtek pci card was for accessing the internet, am I wrong? If so what do I need to make it wirelessly connect?

  Jollyjohn 17:00 08 Nov 14

The Realtek card is accessing the internet via the ethernet cable. Dou you have a wireless card or usb dongle?

  Hetti 18:16 08 Nov 14

I do have a wireless card to put into the PC is it easy to do?

  spuds 18:26 08 Nov 14

How to install a wireless card in pc. Just checked and there's quite a number of YouTube videos, far to many to link here. Just put "install a wireless card in pc" in a Google search, and pick the video best suited to your needs!.

  Hetti 09:40 09 Nov 14

Thanks all Gonna give it a go later today or tomorrow..............

  Hetti 10:19 12 Nov 14
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Thanks that was so easy......all done and dusted no one more suprised than me lol

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