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Belkin Wireless G Notebook Network Card


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franzliszt

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Hi, I have an oldish Dell Latitude LM laptop with two PCMCIA slots. I bought a wirless card so that I could add it to my network, but the computer can't see it - is there any way I can adapt a slot to cardbus ? Many thanks
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i used a belkin PCMCIA 802.11g card for my mothers laptop, and it wouldn't work with their utility, however if i use the windows wireless network utility to connect, it works fine
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Download new drivers from Belkin's web site. Don't use the (probably outdated) CD which comes with the PCMCIA card.
Ran into this a few times with other PCMCIA WFi cards.

Report back on success or extra help if needed.
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