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As ubiquitous and promising as (true) plug-and-play is supposed to be, your installation of a wireless adapter may not be as smooth as you would like I have encountered the simple failure of drivers to install, whether or not a new PC card or USB device has been installed and detected making for some careful doctoring of Windows and a couple of laptops to make everything well Still, over 80 to 90 percent of today s PCs will accept any wireless networking adapter you can toss into them, and they will work fine! Barring problems getting your computer and its operating system to recognize the availability of a wireless network adapter, you need to become familiar with the normal parameters a wireless network setup requires If your system does not initially recognize your chosen wireless adapter and accept the driver installation for it, we probably have a fix for that before you get to the network parameters PC card wireless adapters The PC card adapter is the most common wireless network device catering to the laptop market, but also commonly used in special PCI and ISA adapter card slots for desktop systems Connecting a wireless card, having the operating system recognize it, and installing the driver software is a simple and successful task over 90 percent of the time Occasionally, the card manufacturer s driver software will not install in the operating system, and your only solution is likely to be hooking up to the Internet to search for, download, and try a different version of the software Apple Macintosh users will find their choice of wireless adapters limited to the Apple Airport wireless product line Only a few of the typical wireless network equipment vendors supply wireless card products for the iBook series While limiting your options, this makes setting up an Apple product for wireless quite a bit easier