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Poweredge 4600 I am looking at putting a wireless adapter in one of the PCI slots in a Dell Poweredge 4600. Will a current card like the one here (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833166021&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL112213&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL112213-_-EMC-112213-Index-_-WirelessAdapters-_-33166021-L012A)work with it?

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If you have a PCI slot open and the correct drivers for your OS then, yes, it looks like it should work. Network cards are usually pretty easy to install; I don't ever recall having a problem with one as long as they were in the right slot and I had the right drivers (they should come with the card). Graphics cards can be Hell on Earth but network cards are usually pretty straight forward.

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ok look in device manager down the list to your wireless card and see if it is listed, if so check that there is not a red cross on it, if so right click and select enable. if a yellow exclamation mark driver not recognised with card. If it is listed and you are unable to enable it restart the pc and press F2 or DEL to enter your bios and on the peripherals menu, see if the wireless controller(if it is built in card) is enabled. If non of the above works, then the code 10 would normally be refering to a faulty peice of hardware.

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try it to connect in other slot check if there is dust or rust ,clean it ,make sure your adpoter is conttected properly and check biose setting than expantion slot enabled (if there is a

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