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Installing device in tower

Hi. I am in the process of switching computers. I took out the linksys board thing in the tower of the old computer, put it in the new computer tower, and now it doesn't work. I notice there is a plug on the end of the board. Does something go into that? Help!

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If the linksys board that you are talking about is the WMP54g, the plug that you can see on the end of the board is for the antena.

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