Question about Computers & Internet
Most laptop's wireless networking card is underneath. They are normally accessible after removing a lid/panel held in place by a screw (or 2). It is easily identifiable since it will be the only plug-in card with 1 or 2 thin cables with snap on connectors which are for the antennas. They are held in place by snap lock on both sides. Gentling prying the lock on the sides further sideways will cause the WiFi card to partial snap out of its holder and can therefore be removed easily.
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