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  • I have an old Dell laptop and an even older Dell desktop and have found (after considerable time spent) that Dell does not have a driver for Linux to use with the Wifi card in the laptop. For under 15$ I bought a Cisco linksys compact wireless-G USB network adapter. I get on line with either the desktop or laptop using different Distros of Linux. Linux Mint 14 Debian on the desktop and Mint 14 nadia on the laptop. Try it!!

    Answered by Clarence D Ray
    9 months ago
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  • In order to proceed, we need to know more information. First, what make and model laptop do you have. Second, what Linux distribution is this laptop loaded with???

    Answered by Tony Delacruz
    9 months ago
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