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    Yes its PCI, not PCI-E. Sorry

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    the card is indeed good. I got it for like $30 shipped from ewiz.com I have it installed in my dell e1405. But because HP whitelists their wireless cards ONLY a HP branded card will work in a HP laptop. there is workarounds, custom bios and such but id just get a PCMCIA card at that point to make it easier

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    no pcmia slot only that fuxxxxxing express card slot
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    no pcmia slot only that fuxxxxxing express card slot
    http://www.duel-systems.com/products/adapters.aspx

    Thank me later
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    Features
    • Connects PCMCIA cards to ExpressCard-enabled notebook computers or desktop computers
    • Fits in 34mm or 54mm ExpressCard slots
    • Works with standard 32-bit CardBus cards and 16-Bit PCMCIA cards
    • Data transfer rate up to ExpressCard maximum, limited by PCMCIA card application
    • Windows® XP and Mac OS X compatible
    • Easy driver installation and set up
    • Insert and remove adapter without rebooting
    • Convenient 2-part module with cable for easy desktop configuration
    • Also works with CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Smart Media, MMC and SD cards using suitable adapter available separately.

    really cool but , are you sure with bt it will work i didn't see any linux drivers for that........i want to know if you had test it with bt or know someone who had success with it under bt...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    really cool but , are you sure with bt it will work i didn't see any linux drivers for that........i want to know if you had test it with bt or know someone who had success with it under bt...
    I have no idea if it will work with Linux. I don't have one myself. Just an option for future reference.
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    thx a lot anyway my dear supermoderator......you are a knowledge base by yourself........
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    thx a lot anyway my dear supermoderator......you are a knowledge base by yourself........
    If someone cares to donate a duel system adapter I'll be glad to try it out on my laptop.
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