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Network card i have a built in network card which is fawlty and have purchased a new card how do i fit it .

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You will have to open your system case & install NIC into one of the PCI slots.Preferrably closest to CPU.
Caution: Turn computer Off & disconnect from power.
Once installed,boot computer & Operating System should find New Hardware & install.If not you will have to get drivers for the NCI

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