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 Differences Between a Compact Wireless Adapter & an External Wireless Card?

Answer Network adapters are devices that can be installed into a laptop to provide wireless Internet access. External wireless cards can be a number of sizes and rely on different interfaces, while a comp... Read More »
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Does a compact wireless-g usb adapter work with any wireless router?

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Windows XP cannot connect to any wireless network even with trying external wireless adapter?

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Why is my Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter doing this It was working fine for months and now it won't connect?

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