PCI 802.11n 5GHz adapter for desktop pc.

Posted on 2009-04-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-09
I am looking for an 802.11n 5GHz PCI card, can anybody recommend one?  I cannot find any on the web.  Alternatively what about a PCMCIA card with a PCI adapter, would that work.

I cannot use USB because it is not a secure location and there is a risk of theft, also the computers auto logon to a windows domain and previous USB devices did not startup in time to allow the auto logon.

Question by:iepaul
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    *** Alternatively what about a PCMCIA card with a PCI adapter, would that work.***
    Yes, it will work just fine.

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    Any recomendations on cards?
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    I've been searching for PCIe duel-band N cards and eventually gave up and decided I should try searching for PCI.
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