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mridang_agarwal

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Hey guys,
I have a wifi card on my Laptop. How can I find out the chipset name in XP? For example Netgear WiFi card have Realtek chipsets. Is there any way to dig up this information on a XP box?
Thanks in advance.
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deathninja

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I would open the case, its probably a miniPCI card and the chipset should be labeled somewhere on it...
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to find out the computer specs

everest old free verson
http://www.oldversio...p?n=everesthome
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to find out the computer specs

everest old free verson
http://www.oldversio...p?n=everesthome
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thanks a lot. I used everest -i ts awesome.
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