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Install, configure, and manage wireless devices.

After an infrared device is installed, (see Above) the Wireless Link icon appears in Control Panel. When another IrDA transceiver comes in range, the Wireless Link icon appears on the desktop and on the taskbar. You can then send a file over the infrared connection with any of the following actions:

  • Specify a location and one or more files using the Wireless Link dialog box.
  • Use drag-and-drop operations to move files onto the Wireless Link icon on the desktop.
  • Right-click any selection of files on the desktop, in Windows Explorer, or in My Computer, and then click the Send To Infrared Recipient command.
  • Print to a printer configured to use an infrared port.

Wireless access points

A wireless network adapter card with a transceiver sometimes called an access point, broadcasts and receives signals to and from the surrounding computers and passes back and forth between the wireless computers and the cabled network.

Access points act as wireless hubs to link multiple wireless NICs into a single subnet. Access points also have at least one fixed Ethernet port to allow the wireless network to be bridged to a traditional wired Ethernet network.

Install, configure, and manage USB devices.

Universal serial bus is an external bus that supports Plug and Play installation, and port is usually located on the back of your computer near the serial port or parallel port.

USB ports have a separate entry in Device Manager. To check the device status, click Universal Serial Bus controllers, right-click USB Root Hub, and then click Properties. If USB is enabled in BIOS but the USB host controller does not appear in Device Manager under Universal Serial Bus controllers, or a yellow warning icon appears next to the host controller name, then the version of BIOS may be outdated, and needs to be updated.

When using USB devices you can:

  • Connect and disconnect devices without shutting down or restarting your computer.
  • A single USB port to connect up to 127 peripheral devices, including speakers, telephones, CD-ROM drives, joysticks, tape drives, keyboards, scanners, and cameras.

 


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