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Honor Student
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Member Since: ‎10-26-2011
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is my pc wireless enabled

I want to put my computer in another room how canI find out if Compaq SG3-350UK is wireless enabled

Provost
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Re: is my pc wireless enabled

Hi,

 

Based on this, the answer is NO. You can buy a wireless PCI LAN card or just a wireless USB card for your machine to connect it wirelessly.

 

Regards,

BH
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Re: is my pc wireless enabled

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Just to make sure you can go to device manager and see if you have a wireless device installed.

 

Sorry forgot look under "Network Devices"

 

Bonne chance.

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Re: is my pc wireless enabled

How I can Icheck if my pc is wireless enabled

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Re: is my pc wireless enabled

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Welcome Dennis.

 

What model laptop/desktop do you have???

 

What OS are you running???

 

Let us know.

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