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Hi there, firstly I’d like to thank those who set this wicked little forum up. Good resource!!!
Secondly, having successfully installed Ubuntu 8.10 on my NC10 (well worth doing a dual boot install) I was wondering, there are certain times where it is useful to have a second wireless interface at hand, and that not being a USB. Does anyone know if it possible to install a second pci-e wireless card????
The second mini PCIe slot inside the NC10 does not have a connector, unless it’s one which comes with a wireless broadband connection. From reading posts on other netbooks even if you solder on the connection it may still not function correctly for a wireless card.
The only way I can think to install a second wireless card internally would be to disassemble and wire in a USB wireless card, maybe through the use of a mini USB hub board if you want to keep everything else functional.
Additionally you would need to buy some aerials if you get a mini PCIe one, possibly with a usb one as well for better reception.
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