Question about D-Link DFE-530TX+, 530TX+ 10/100 PCI NETWORK INTERFACE CARD NIC (DLINK530TX) Network Adapter

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Installation of network card

I have installed the network card and seems to not be completely installed i am running windows xp pro- the network card comes equiooed with wake on lan and separate wir which i do not know where to connect it to.

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  • mgkjuan Oct 16, 2008

    the net work card is D LINK-530TX+

  • mgkjuan Oct 16, 2008

    YES IT IS INSTALLED IN A DESKTOP AND IT IS RUNNING WITH A PHOENIX PROCESSOR 750

  • mgkjuan Oct 16, 2008

    I PURCHASED THE COMPUTER AT a computer show and it was built right there so there is really not a brand on it kind just put together

  • mgkjuan Oct 16, 2008

    Intel pentium 3 processor 731 mhz-windows xp professional version 2002 service pack 3

  • srrrahim
    srrrahim Oct 23, 2008

    your system is too slow d-link DFE530tx is not sapoted cheng your opreting system

  • mgkjuan Oct 23, 2008

    thank you for your help i will be looking into changing the system or maybe just getting a new computer

  • A Womans Computer Man
    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    ok..is that card installed inside of a desktop? and who makes that desktop?

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Chek first the netwark card is correct than u will reinstall your system

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