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Network Interface Card

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when i install verizon dsl
it says my computer needs a network interface card
i looked it up on ebay and i saw LUTRON NETWORK NVC VAREO INTERFACE CARD 120V! NIB
i want to buy this one but i'm not sure if any kind of NIC would work on my pc
so does it matters? can i go on with purchasing it?
when i get it in the mail do i need to take apart my compter to install it?

Edited by Fay, 20 June 2006 - 03:45 PM.

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Any network card should work on your computer, but make SURE you are getting a network card. From what I found there on eBay, that's not a network card. It's something unrelated.

Is this a desktop computer? If so, here are a bunch of them. Just install it on the computer and install the drivers for them.

Before you buy it, are you sure you don't have a network card (or port) on your computer already? This port looks like a regular telephone port but bigger.
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