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Wireless card how do i find out if my pc has a wireless card inside it ?

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How to install

Shut down the PC. Open the case: On the back there is a button that releases a panel at the rear of the top. When that is raised, the side comes off. Once inside, there are some connector slots on the motherboard. If you have dual video cards, you may not have any free slots! Remove the cover on the case for the slot you will use. Plug in the card. If there was a screw holding the cover for the slot, use it to lock in the card.
If you don't have any open slots, you can use a USB wireless adapter, and return the card.

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Extend your PCs wireless network range

This is a simple trick to increase the range of your wireless home network. You will need a USB network card, a salad bowl and aluminum foil or a metal bowl, 2 rulers or other plastic or wooden rods, some tape, and a USB extension cord.
1. If using a metal bowl, you're already set. If using a plastic or glass bowl, wrap the inside with the aluminum foil.
2. Tape the rulers or other form of extension rods you are using to opposing sides of the rim of the bowl so that when looking down on it they will touch above the center of the the bowl.
3. Tape the wireless USB card between the rulers and position it so the USB plug is facing away from the bowl.
4. Plug the USB extension cable into the card and plug the other end into your computer.
5. Position your crude USB antenna in the direction of the wireless rounter for best signal.
6. With the antenna facing the wireless router or access point, you can reposition the USB card at the end of the rulers moving it closer or farther away while watching the signal strength of the network on your PC until the maximum signal is achieved. When you achieve maximum signal secure the wireless USB card in that position.

on Jan 08, 2010 | Network & Wireless Adapters

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I purchased an HP A4327C desktop computer and wanted to convert it to wireless. I purchased a Level One11g Wireless PCI card and the card will not fit into the slot inside of the computer. Is it the wrong...

On your computers motherboard, you have three slots
  • PCI slot
  • 1 PCI express slot 16
  • 2 PCI express slot 1
You would require a PCI express 1 ex wireless card for the system


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Is there anything in a PC that can cause interference with a wireless network? Because firefox ate my earlier question, I'll keep this short: PC used to keep laptop from connecting to internet when it was...

there is nothing inside a PC that will keep it or anything else from connecting to a wireless network. You have to lookout for things that use the same frequency such as cordless phones and believe it or not microwave ovens. both broadcast at 2.4Ghz which is the same frequency wireless routers and access points use. Your problem may also be a neighbor with a wireless router or access point using the same channel. Wireless routers and access points have 11 different channels that they can broadcast on and if you and your neighbor are using the same channel there will be interference. try changing the channel on your wireless router or access point.

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My pc will not connect to my broadband but my laptops do. all are wireless? what could the problem be and how can i fix it? thanks

Could be the wireless card in your pc or your network card. Check the pc with an ethernet cable plugged if it works online your wireless card or settings or the problem. If it doesnt work wired contact your pc vendor.

Apr 14, 2010 | Network & Wireless Adapters

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Dell studio 15 , mobile broadband card

you need the DW5530, it will work with the sim card slot you have. I beleave it goes inside the pc into a mini-card slot ( mini pci express not into a usb port )

here you have a picture of it

Here is a cheaper one

look around ebay, maybe theres a even cheaper one being sold.

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Lan card

First of all are you sure there is one inside the computer? Secondly if it is installed inside the pc itself there may be a problem / driver not loaded. Make sure to install the drivers before trying to use your network adapter. Most of the time they come with a disk or you can download software from another computer!Have you tried another Lan Card? Just like any other PC component they can get fried.

Mar 03, 2009 | Network & Wireless Adapters

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Dell Inspiron 1520

it'll not fit since your laptop needs an expresscard.
here are the list of the wireless cards that you can get:

Dell Wireless 1390 802.11g Mini Card Wireless Dell Wireless 1490 802.11a/g Mini Card Wireless Dell Wireless 1505 Wireless-N Mini Card Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 802.11 a/b/g Mini Card Wireless Intel 4965AGN Wireless-N Mini Card Dell Wireless 5510 HSDPA ExpressCard34 Dell Wireless 5520 HSDPA Dell Wireless 5720 EVDO or a Linksys Wec600n Wireless-N Expresscard Adapter

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