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Wire on my laptop do i put the card

Were do i put the card in my dell latitude 600 laptop

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    dont no wre about it gos

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There should be a slot on the side of the laptop that it will slide into.it will either be on one of the sides or on the front but i believe on yours it will be on the side

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