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Pc card slots

My lifebook n5010 is not detecting a wireless card, so the new hardware set up utility is not showing, a friend told me to update the driver for the card slots but I do not know how to look for it without name or model number???

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  • chechousa Jan 04, 2008

    I forgot to mention that I loaded windows xp pro, and after that the computer stop detecting the wireless card or any other card, before that it was working just fine.

  • chechousa Jan 04, 2008

    I got the laptop from somebody else without any disk, I downloaded the bios driver from fujitsu website and I am going to try it.

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Have you tested the card in another laptop to be sure that its working? You shouldnt need updated drivers for it. Have used new card on 10 year old laptops before and they worked fine. Are you sure that the slot is functional?

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

  • Graeme Fallows Jan 04, 2008

    You need to install the motherboard drivers for the laptop that are available from makers website or did you do that already with the disk they provided when it was bought?

  • Graeme Fallows Jan 04, 2008

    Nooo!!! Its the motherboard drivers that you need :)

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