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Dell cpx i need to get a wifi card on my dell cpx

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  • milbourne Jun 06, 2008

    i need also to get a wireless card into a dell d600

  • Meph1234 May 11, 2010

    Can either of these laptops take mini pci cards? Many many laptops will have an inbuilt expansion bay called mini pci which are almost exclusively designed for wifi cards.

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I have a dell latitude cpx computer i m tryin to figure out how to hook my wireless internet to it it dont have a place for an ethernet to go


This laptop does not have ethernet or wireless capabilities. You can't connect this to a wireless network.
You would need to buy a PC extension card and use it from the extension connector slot.

May 21, 2011 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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Need to upgrade


Yes call Fries Electronics let them know what model laptop you have they can tell you the type of memory you need SoDimm more then likely, they will give you a price. It is better to remove the old memory and take it with you when you go to buy it has to match. Also you can ask what is the largest recommended hard drive they have for this model laptop, probably 60gb. The motherboard for that laptop does have limitations. That laptop probably does not have a built in wireless card so you can either use a hard wire RJ45 Data cable and plug the other end into your Internet Router, or you can purchase a PCMCIA Wireless Card to insert into the slot on the side of the laptop. This PCMCIA Card will allow you to access the internet wirelessly. You have now beefed up your CPx Latitude.

Jun 16, 2009 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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Windows NT and WiFi????


You can put xp on with no problems - i'm writing this on a cpx with just 128mb RAM and XP. But when you try to use any anti virus you may find it runs very slowly. I'd recommend getting xp and maybe trying a processor friendly anti virus like AVG if you're planning to go online a lot. Hope this helps.

Apr 18, 2009 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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Cant go wireless w/ lat cpx p3 or find manual


Tell us about the Wireless card you are trying to install? If it's compatible with your Latitude it will work.

Apr 08, 2009 | Dell PC Laptops

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Not connecting to internet


The CPX doesn't have Wireless capabilities, unless you get a USB Wireless adapter. For now, use the Yellow Network lead to connect it to your router or modem, and then purchase a USB Wi-Fi adapter if you want to move it around more.

Mar 05, 2009 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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Dell Latitude CPX PC Notebook driver for keyboard


Go to www.support.dell.com and download the drivers there, you can select the model or enter the TAG number which is on the bootm of the laptop labeles as Service Tag

Jan 19, 2009 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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How to upgrade a Dell Latitude CPX - Intel P3 500-650 laptop


I have a CPX H500GT. To get it to run XP Pro to run right, max out the ram. And get a larger harddrive. Xp uses a substantial amount of space.

Sep 22, 2008 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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How to upgrade a Dell Latitude CPX - Intel P3 500-650 laptop


You might be able to get some more memory for it and a bigger hard drive. Depends on what the model number is.

Jul 19, 2008 | Dell Latitude CPX Notebook

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