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i dont see any integrated wireless in this notebooks specs. It was uncommon when these were manufactured. however you could likely find a wireless adapter that would fit in the expansion slot /multiport.
i have a compaq evo n610c with a 160 gig hardrive and a gig of ram a bluetooth top adapter and installed a wireless card with antennas it works fine and reads the hardrive fine and i get the 158 sumthin sumthin gigs that it alwase turns out to be the fans a going harder thoe thats bout it and the batt dies sooner
You need to check if its a Modem enabled, if its a dialup u need to call the ISP and reset the settings and if its a Modem and DSL u need to use the cable fromthe modem not the telephone cable directly.
You need a PCMCIA Wireless adaptor, (this model you are getting has two slots that it will fit in) - and you must make sure you have a wireless router in your house to broadcast a wireless signal for it to recieve.