How to skip Wi-Fi on the setup finishing

Discussion in 'Installation, Setup and Upgrades' started by Willy Iskandar, May 5, 2013.

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    how to skip setup Wi-Fi pass at the end of the installation?
     
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    Click on the "Set up wireless connection later" link near the bottom of the screen...
     
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    but I did not find that button.

    I tried using windows 8 With media Center.

    is there any difference in the installation of Windows 8?
     
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    nice post brother...
    I try in next insttalation..
     
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    I don't blame you for missing it. Every time I install Windows 8, I look for the skip button. I think they should rephrase that. I use a wired connection and have no intention whatsoever to connect my desktop via WiFi, so "connect WiFi later" isn't the first option I look for.
     
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