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Can't network a laptop with a PC server

Do new laptops need a wireless card

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Not really, you can just make a "crossover cable" and connect it to PC Server Ethernet Controller, or just use concentrator as switch/hub. If you've choose to use Wireless Access Point/Router as concentrator, you will need Wireless Card (usually it already built in in some new laptop) for sure...

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               entered the correct username and password?
               tried using  the ethernet cable to try to access your Local Area Network, remembering to enable your nic card?
                tried disabling, then enabling the wireless card? Sometimes that helps.

  Hope the above helps
  Noel Gordon 

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