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netgear wpn824v3 with 2wire wireless card adapter-set up?

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    I have the Netgear WPN824v3 wireless router. I want to set it up using a 2wire PC card wireless adapter.
    I'm using Windows Home on a Toshiba Satellite A15. My DSL modem works normally.
    However during the 2wire CD setup for the wireless adapter, I come to a stage where, 2wire assumes? I'm using their router! And asks for the S/N and Encryption Key of their router to be entered I am using the Netgear WPN834v3, as described. Is there a workaround/procedure etc for this to be enable me to use my Netgear with the Wireless 2wireless card? Please help. Thanks

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