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  1. Nope, your wifi is free to use as much as you want, up to your bandwith limit per month of course. Go nuts!

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 12/01/2010

  2. Mainly its the speed here are the speeds Wireless N - 100MB Wireless G - 54 MB Many public wireless only offer G or below such as A/B which are 11mb and below. For...

    4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 02/10/2008

  3. WEP (Wired Equivalence Protocol) WPA (Wireless Protected Access) WPA2 (Wireless Protected Access 2) Three ways to secure a WiFi (IEEE 802.11...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 30/01/2012

  4. Is the Actiontec the one providing wireless, or something else? Are the IPs of your PC and the MFC in the same network range, in other words. If they are all on the same ip range it should work, because there is no diff between the...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 28/10/2013

  5. Here is a sites that will help you with your Cannon Printer... Hey, I enjoyed your question, I have worked as a technician most of my life, I hope I have...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 09/12/2012

  6. Congratulations. You've just been duped by Hawking like millions of other people have on "rebates." I would not sit around waiting for it if it's been from 2005. Unless you have a confirmation that...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 16/09/2007

  7. The Marvell Libertas name describes a Family of chipsets! It does not describe a specific card. Currently the Libertas line of chipsets fit in over forty different devices. Probably...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 01/07/2009

  8. Download Unknown Device Identifier Install and run this and it will give you the make and model of the chip so you can get the absolute correct driver for it.

    4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 06/06/2011

  9. Google is your friend: If that didn't work, 'ndiswrapper' is a free Linux utility that creates Linux drivers from Windows drivers. More info here:

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 15/12/2010

  10. unfortunately not... they are propritery to the manufacturer

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 20/01/2011

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