Question about Dell (8U082) Wireless Adapter
1. the laptop has _NO_ built-in wireless capabilities -- you have to insert either a USB wireless-adapter or a PCMCIA wireless-adapter;
2. the laptop _DOES_ have built-in wireless capabilities, and the "mini-PCI" wireless card is somewhere underneath one of the "access" doors on the bottom of the laptop, or somewhere "under" the keyboard.
If it's there, leave it there -- don't try to remove it, unless you KNOW what you are doing!
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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