It is not possible to connect a Wi-Fi router to a PC using a USB cable. Wi-Fi routers are designed to be connected to PCs and other devices wirelessly, using a Wi-Fi network.
If your PC does not have a built-in Wi-Fi adapter, you can purchase a USB Wi-Fi adapter that can be plugged into a USB port on your PC. This will allow you to connect to Wi-Fi networks wirelessly without the need for a physical connection to the router.
To use a USB Wi-Fi adapter, follow these steps:
- Purchase a USB Wi-Fi adapter that is compatible with your PC and operating system.
- Install any necessary drivers for the adapter. Most adapters will come with a CD or instructions on how to download the necessary drivers from the internet.
- Plug the USB Wi-Fi adapter into an available USB port on your PC.
- Follow the steps for connecting to a Wi-Fi network as described in the previous answer.
By following these steps, you can connect your PC to a Wi-Fi network using a USB Wi-Fi adapter.