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I have a Dell Dimension XPZ T450 desktop. I want to connect wirelessly to an existing wireless router. Is there a wireless card available that will work?
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Hi jimtheo,

Without knowing what wireless router you have, we won't be able to tell you what kind of card to buy. There are some different wireless versions, and the card you have to get needs to support that wireless system.

Greetings,

LucF
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I withdraw the question.
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May I please ask why?

LucF
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