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Ether card question

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I have a daughter in another state and that wants to get AT&T's "High Speed Internet Basic". It says among the requirements that she may need an ethernet card. I'm wondering if you can tell me if her computer came with an ethernet card? Her computer is a GQ 5090. There is a brief description of it at http://www.fryssupport.net/gq5090.cfm

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According to the information on the site it has a 10/100 built in onboard LAN port installed, but she needs to check that hers actually has it. The card should look like or be similar to this one: Linksys LNE100TX EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card

The AT&T's "High Speed Internet Basic" seems to be a DSL service so they would be providing the free DSL modem and cable. Or should.


Edited by Major Payne, 26 June 2008 - 02:10 PM.

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