Video Card Problems/Wireless Adapter

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Question
I have a desktop and laptop running Win 7.

A friend gave me a new  Edup brand..........Wireless 11g USB Adapter. It comes with a software CD in the box.

I have no idea what this is used for.

Appreciate any ideas from you....Thanks

Answer
"11g" leads me to believe that you've got an 802.11g WiFi adapter - which would be used for wireless networking. If your laptop is new enough that it came with Windows 7, it very likely already has such an adapter built-in (it may even have a more competent 802.11n adapter), although most desktops don't include such hardware in general. You would need a wireless network at home (or wherever you'd like to use the hardware) to make use of this adapter.

If you've got further questions, feel free to ask.

-bob

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