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My wireless card does not fit slout

Shape seem to be different the slout on my computer has an l shape

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  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    What kind of computer are you trying to put the card into?

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The problem tat ur facing is very common,,ur trying to put a pc card for ur computer while the slot is for expresscards.express cards are more advanced cards with better and reliable connectivity..pc cards are older technology now.verizon,sprint and att manufactures the express cards and they provide u with the ISP service as well.so visit any one of the stores nearby and take ur laptop along with u.best of luck and do keep me infmd

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If it does not match the slot, that means that it is not the right device for your computer. You need another card.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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