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Is there a slot on a hp pavilion where i can place a belkin wireless card? because my labtop is not picking up a signal

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The DV9000 series have Expresscard slots as well as USB ports that can support any Wireless cards that use those interfaces. Belkin makes many wireless cards for those interfaces. I might recommend a USB wireless card with a long cable, this may improve your chances of picking up a signal.

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Yes, you have 2 options, you can use a USB wireless dongle or use a wireless express card, check amazon.
You can pick up either for about £15

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