Question about Dell Latitude C510 Notebook
The Dell laptops have a service Tag number on the underside. Its normally 5 digits or so.. Go to www.support.dell.com and enter the tag number in there. Once it identifies your machine, there is a list which details the original system configuration. That will list a wireless card. (Truemobile) You may also be able to see whats in the CMOS by pressing the F2 key shortly after power-up.. Cheers. Pete
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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