Question by Casey: How do I find the network security key for wireless internet?
I’m currently visiting my family in Virginia. I brought along my labtop and attempted to connect to the wireless internet. I was told I needed the network security key so I looked on the bottom of the router and entered in the code by the word MAC. But it still doesn’t work when I enter it in on my labtop. How do I get the proper network security key or passphrase? Because I asked my aunt who put it in and she claims she doesn’t know. My whole family is bad with computers.
Answer by Jasper M Get family to reset it and write it down for future reference would be a likely way ~
Question by Luna: Can you recommend a good satellite internet provider in Virginia?
Since moving to the wonderful world of hickville, we’d been stuck with dial-up internet. A year or so back my parent checked out Wildblue and Hughsnet, and we decided to go with Wildblue. Everything was great at first and while the internet isn’t “blazing fast” it works a bit better than what we had before. Downloads are SO unbelievably annoying, especially with the constant need to update software such as Avast, Sims 3, and iTunes/iTouch software.
I do believe we’ve had Wildblue for almost 2 years so our contract will be up. I know internet satellite in general just sucks, but there’s no way we can get internet such as Comcast or Verizon FIOS.
Soooo the big question is, is there any satellite internet providers that people have actually liked, or have read good reviews about?
Answer by Lawrence Well, some of the internet providers aren’t always legit at times. Sometimes when downloads are slow, it may be because of your computers RAM, or memory space to have a better speed timing. If you’d want, you can buy a wireless connector for your house, maybe from Best buy, if you are willing to pay. That is what i personally use as well. You can also buy memory cards and hard drives for a decent amount of money. $ 50-$ 250. If you believe you’d wish to stay with satellite internet providers, i found a website for you that you may be interested in my sources… Hope I helped.
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