How can I check if my notebook has wireless network card?

Posted on 2006-03-20
Last Modified: 2013-11-09
How can I check if my notebook has wireless network card?  
Question by:ewang1205
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    Hi ewang1205,

    What is your notebook ?

    Also take a look at your manual ....

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    Go to start<control panel<switch to classic view<system<hardware<device manager, double click on network adapters,  if you have a wireless card installed it will show up there.

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    did you look in device manager yet?

    Author Comment

    tim_qui ;  Not yet.  I will when I get back home.  Thanks!

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