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Toshiba Laptop Tecra8000 PentiumII 266MHz,can you put a wireless card in this?

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Hi you can but they are expensive to buy and not that reliable if you want it to pick up your wireless signal the best option would be to buy one of those usb wireless dongles these have a lot more range on them and gives you better speed. these dongles can be bought for next to nothing for the well known auction site or you can get one from your local computer store, they are cheap to buy and as soon as you plug them in you can pick up all wireless signals.

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