Question about NEC Versa VX Notebook
I know it's rather dated but I bought this NEC Versa FX (Model: VF2A7AA-000-000) laptop recently and the previous owner had wireless internet service for it. It uses Windows XP. Once I received it Sierra Wireless support told me the wireless card was obsolete that came with the laptop. I would be perfectly fine with connecting to the internet through my DSL line but I can't fit a phone line into the laptop section that usually would take it. Is it supposed to be like that? Is there anyway that I can get on-line with this laptop?
The phone jack does not fit because it is an RJ45 network port. If you are using a cable modem or router for your dsl connection you should be able to connect directly with a cat5 network cable.
Or if you have a free USB port you can purchase a wireless adapter like THIS ONE and use it via the USB port.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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