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Satellite 1410 PS141A

Hi is this laptop wireless capable or do I need to buy a wireless card? cheers

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Goto - Control Panel - System - Device Manager - Network Adaptors. It will list any network device installed. If its listed then Right click the wireless device then click properties.This will then tell you if it is working properly and if the driver needs updating. Also it will tell you if the device has been disabled or not,if so just enable it

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