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How do I remove a wireless card on a toshiba tecra M!

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Hello,

I am having issues that point to a defective wireless adapter. I want to remove the existing adapter to see it and get the part number so that I can look for a spare part to replace it.
I am familiar with the removal of the keyboard to get to the place where you can add memory, etc. But the wireless adapter appears to be in an area that does not seem as easy to get to, so I am looking for instructions for the removal of the wireless card.
Does anyone have a link with the instructions for this task?

Thank you.
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