With the Wireless Network Setup Wizard, which is included with all PC computers running Windows XP or later, you can configure your own wireless Internet connection. Once you create the initial wireless network settings, Windows will automatically copy the settings to a flash drive; then, you can use the flash drive to easily set up other systems on the wireless network.
Open the "Start" menu and click on the "Control Panel" icon.
Double-click on the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard" to launch the configuration program.
Choose the "Set Up a New Wireless Network" option and click "Next."
Enter a name for your new wireless network, up to 32 characters in length. Then, click "Next."
Select the "USB flash drive" option and click "Next."
Choose the drive letter of your USB flash drive and click "Next" again. Windows will now save the network configuration to your flash drive. Click "Finish" to complete the network setup process.
Use the USB flash drive to set up other systems onto the network as needed.
Things You'll Need
PC running Windows XP or later
USB flash drive