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WiFi and PC Card

I have a Gateway MT6707 laptop. I just ordered Wi-Fi service from At&t. It says I need a PC Card for my computer- Which one Do i need to buy? I am so confused

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Hi rhsmith12474,

According to the specs on your notebook, you already have a built in network card and a built in wireless G network card so you will not need to buy any extra hardware to add to your notebook to acess the internet.

Sincerely,

Agent Xiong

Posted on May 20, 2008

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