Upgrading laptop wireless



George Ou had a good article on upgrading a laptops wireless to a multiband adapter. It looks like a fairly straightforward process. Personally, I’ve not risked much with regards to laptop repairs. (Keyboard replacement, battery replacement, hard drive replacement and memory have been the typical laptop repairs I’ve done – throw in optical or floppy drive swaps (remember when they had those?) and one or two lcd swaps and that covers 95%+ of what I’ve fixed with regards to laptop hardware.)


As for me, I find myself tempted by the Netgear WAG511 802.11a/b/g Dual Band Wireless PC Card, which seems to be a good dualband card that has a linux driver, etc….

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