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Wi fi card or adapter

Have a toshiba satellite pro a60en and want to fit a wi fi board there seems to be a door on the bottom of the laptop with the wi fi sign but nothing inside to fit the board to any ideas it does have two screw placements for like an adapter to be screwed to the board like the soft modem is in the other panel next to it any help would be greatfull

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Hi,
First check that you have got right adapter for your laptop.
then check that your motherboard actually supports a wi fi. IF you have everthing sorted then go ahead and plugin the compatible adapter. Also, be sure to have the latest driver installation disk ready.
Start your PC, it should detect it and then ask you for the driver.
If this dosen't work or you are unsure then my best advice is to take it to an authorised vendor and let him do it, no use playig around with an expensive laptop.

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