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Need pci Filler For WMP54G OptiPlex GX150 PC Desktop

I Bought A WMP54g for my OptiPlex GX150 PC Desktop but it doesn't fit right need the pci card filler thingy where can i find this?

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  • Christopher Workman
    Christopher Workman Dec 11, 2008

    Dell Optiplex GX150 Size!
    http://www.startech.com/Share/Gallery/Sm...

    Full Size PCI Slot Cover:
    http://www.clearpc.ca/catalog/images/chr...

    Please Note That These Are Not Pic's Of What I Need I Need One That Will Screw Onto A WMP54g Wireless Card

  • Christopher Workman
    Christopher Workman Dec 11, 2008

    oh and here is the pic of my Dell OptiPlex GX150

  • Kevin Nelson May 11, 2010

    You are putting a wireless card in your tower computer? Understandable, but what is a "pci card filler thingy"? In the pictures of the card that I see it looks like a regular pci slot card. It should fit in your computer if you have a free pci slot.

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Now I understand your problem. I just spoke with the Linksys sales department and at this time there is no option for a low-profile bracket for that model. He also did not know of any third party products that would fit. I found this company with many low profile cards and brackets, maybe one will be able to screw onto the card even though it would not be an exact fit.

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By PCI Filler I Mean The Metal Peice That Screws onto the card that screw it to the case as the Dell OptiPlex GX150
Is Very Small And The Pci Card Slot Covers Are Different Size Than A Full Size Case

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The best option for you would be to purchase a wireless PCI network card.
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