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How can I determine if my XP computer has a wireless card installed? Dell Dimension C521.

How can I do the same with Windows 7? Dell Inspiron 570.

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John

8/22/2022 - Mon
John

On either machine, look in Device Manager (Control Panel) and look in Network Devices. It will list your network cards including wireless if there is one. .... Thinkpads_User
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In XP, there is no "Device Manager" in Control Panel; of course I know it's somewhere, but I can't remember how to get to it.

In Win 7; aahh, there's a challenge.
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Dave Baldwin

In Windows XP, Device Manager is found by clicking on the System icon in the Control Panel.  It is the top item on the Hardware tab.
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John

Also, in XP, if Device Manager is gone from the menus, and if Right Click on My Computer does not get to Manage, you can run c:\windows\system32\devmgnt.msc.  That is Device Manager. .... Thinkpads_User
John

Thank you. I was pleased to help and hope you found all your Network Devices.
.... Thinkpads_User