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Netoork adapter for Laptop

Posted on 2009-04-15
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i posted a question and the reply was as follows :
If it nolonger detects the hardware the cheapist solution would be to buy a external NIC or WIFI card
to plug into the cardbus on the laptop rather than replacing the motherboard.

My question is how do I plug into the cardbus of the laptop.  My laptop is a Gateway Model 7322GZ.  Are there any instructions. Thanks.
Question by:jegajothy
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Vince Glisson earned 2000 total points
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You need to purchase a PCMCIA, this is what you would plug into the cardbus on your laptop. Make sure that it is an ethernet PCMCIA card.
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by:Vince Glisson
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Here is the link to user manual for your laptop on Gateway's site

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well done for hitting the nail on the head!

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