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Setting up Windows XP on your wireless network starts with making sure your hardware is recognized and that you have the latest drivers. You need to give your computer a name, if it doesn't already have one, and enter a workgroup name that will be shared by all the PCs on your wireless LAN. Windows XP is ready to share files and printers by default, but you should check to make sure. If you want to let XP handle these tasks for you, simply launch the Home Networking Wizard and follow along as the Wizard steps you through the process. You'll be up and running in no time.


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