Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
I called Verizon and they said I am missing the LAN information on my used laptop. They connected me to Dell but they won't help because it's used. Any suggestions on an alternate way to connect to the internet?
The LAN (Local Area Network) information is obtained from your laptop’s internet connection (10/100 base t jack). If Verizon can’t see this info then the likely causes are a bad motherboard or the software drivers aren’t loaded. Without your “Device Manager” program can’t tell which it is.
An alternate way to connect would be to purchase an Air card that plugs into the side of the laptop. This can be costly. The card is somewhere in the $50 to $100 neighborhood and then you need to subscribe to their internet service at about $50 a month. If you want to go that route, take your laptop to a provider like Verizon and see what card fits in your laptop.
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Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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