Question about Computers & Internet
Very easy. Remove the power cord from the computer. Now remove the side panel off the computer. On the very back of the computer where the LAN card connection is you will see a phillips screw holding it in place. Remove that screw and then from inside the computer pull the card up and out of the slot it is in. Place the new card in and press firmly to seat it. Replace the screw on the back, and the side panel. Plug the power back in and you are done.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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