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How to do Wireless with Windows 2000??

 
 
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      12-14-2004
"Centrino" based laptops often come with a wireless adapter,
but some models do not have it.
Need to check with manufacturer of your machine.
If it is Dell, visit dell.com, for Thinkpad, visit pc.ibm.com etc.
--PA


"Nancy" wrote:
> Hello Vinay,
> I'm a bit confused. I am a really dummy in networking so my next
> comments will maybe seem stupid ... Since my PC processor is Centrino I
> though I didn't need a wireless card ... I though it was all built in
> .... Am I wrong?
> Nancy
>
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      12-17-2004
Thanks A LOT Vinay and the others for your help !!!
Its work !

 
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