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Brian-122
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where is the wireless card on a compaq pressing all-in-one Sg5.I have the back off but cant see it.

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My wifi has stopped working and the messages on bootup indicate a faulty wireless card or connection, however i can't see it. With back off i can see the motherboard, power supply,etc..but no wireless card unless it's beneath the motherboard?. Thanks for any help.

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It is very similar to the board you provided but mine is an sg2-210uk and I have now found the card under the motherboard. Thanks for your input it encouraged me to look underneath and locate it. Excellent forum with quick response.

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Hi,

 

I can't work out what is your machine. My guessing it is one SG2 which is similar to the following machine:

 

      http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=c02620694

 

If yes, then the wireless card should be in the position of the PCI Express Express mini slot.

 

     Line drawing of motherboard showing components

 

If no, what is your machine actually SG2 or SG5 if SG2, must be SG2-something.

 

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BH
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It is very similar to the board you provided but mine is an sg2-210uk and I have now found the card under the motherboard. Thanks for your input it encouraged me to look underneath and locate it. Excellent forum with quick response.
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