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    Host pc….XP Pro, SP2, in Active Directory Domain using AT&T USB Connect Quicksilver wireless card, also being used outside of the domain as home pc……The AT&T help desk told me that the card would allow other pc’s to pick up the wireless signal, without a router, as if the card itself would broadcast like a router. The problem is we can’t find the signal with either of the other 2 computers in the house. We even tried to bridge it with a router, and yet still nothing. So far that’s about all I’ve tried, but that’s only because I can’t find the security settings to see if it’s broadcasting the sid. Has anyone run into this problem before? They didn’t send a driver with it because win already gas it’s own so i can’t run the driver.

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