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Simple guide to get on net

I am a pc novice can i use belkin 802.11g wireless card ?the card has a cd,and as u know the 880 does not have cdreader.please explain in laymans terms,a method and hardware/software for me to wirelessly surf net on the nec880

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If your laptop has not got built in wireless then you will need to use the wireless card, but not having a cd drive means you will have to go to the belkin web site for the drivers using somebody elses pc and download to a usb dongle or your own if its hard wired to a modem or router and download it to your hard drive

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