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According to the specification of your laptop it has built in wireless adapter so there is no need to install or purchase one. If your having problems getting a wireless signal from your router check if the wireless button/radio/switch is enabled/turned on. Usually its on the left hand side near the bluetooth switch or Fn+F2 will do the trick.
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