My parents just bought the wireless MiFi router from AT&T for high speed internet from the two towers we're located between. I have a lap top, so as soon as they set it up, my laptop detected the new network and connected immediately. However, I have a pretty new laptop with Windows 7. My mom, on the other hand, has a desktop computer equipped with, at the moment, only dialup. It's rather old, and has Windows XP Home Edition, service pack 3. Either AT&T seems to think that everyone has laptops, or the computer isn't 'detecting' the MiFi like it should. I can't find instructions for setting it up on a desktop computer specifically. When I go to Network Connections on her desktop computer, I see no option to set up any sort of wireless connection. Now, the router is working, because I'm using my laptop on it. There IS a USB cable that plugs into the router and into the computer, but when I plug it in, the desktop computer can't seem to figure out what to do with it. Would anyone be able to walk me through setting this up for her? She's always had dialup and this is her Christmas present.. she's really eager to use it . And usually, I'm good at this stuff, but for the life of me I can't figure this one out. Any help is greatly appreciated! The wireless router device that can be plugged into the computer is a Novatel Mifi 2352. UPDATE: I figured out how to install the Wireless Zero Configuration. It is installed, and I started it, and it is on automatic. However, I still see no options for any wireless set up.