DELL OPTIPLEX 755 NETWORK CARD DRIVER DOWNLOAD

I recommend any wireless card that has the antennas seperate from the body of the card or USB plug and connected by a wire at least 4ft long. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Post as a guest Name. Are you certain there are no nearer telephone jacks to your computer than the one you have your modem connected to now? The details of the LAN card as you’ve written them do not specify any wireless device. Desktop wireless cards generally do not have anywhere near the same range as their laptop brethren.

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Network Card will not load on OptiPlex workstations

So I am wondering whether the Dell’s LAN card is not wireless, and if so what can I do other than cabling my desktop to the router which is looong? Sign up using Facebook. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled. How to connect to wireless router using Dell Optiplex ? However, you’re running DSL, which means you should be able to plug your modem in at any telephone jack in your house.

Unfortunately there is no telephone jack in my floor. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

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I have an spare wireless router; Can I use it to connect to the main router and get the signal to feed the LAN card? I don’t opgiplex most desktops come standard with wireless cards, but I could be wrong. That’s why I’m looking for a wireless solution. Considering the ultra-small form factor, your best bet would be to purchase a USB Wi-Fi antenna and use that to connect.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. However, since you can’t plug a laptop antenna into the device, you have to use something.

No, no USB antennas that I am aware of are as good as laptop antennas. Bigbio 3, 1 17 Post as a guest Name.

Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our lptiplex terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. There is no wireless on this system.

The details of the LAN card as you’ve written them do not specify any wireless device.

Network Card will not load on OptiPlex 755 workstations

In order to use your spare wireless router, the device will need to support something called Bridging, which many routers either do not support, or doesn’t work even if they do support.

Sign up using Email and Password. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. I use Ubuntu Regarding your desire not to wire the connection: This is usually because the antenna for the wireless radio in a laptop is able to run up inside of the screen, making it rather large and generally at least a foot or two away from anything that would block it.

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This will allow you to set the antennas up and away from the computer and any other obstacles and to place them in a position where they’ll receive the best possible signal. Are you certain there are no nearer telephone jacks to your computer than the one you have your modem connected to now?

netwoek Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Do you reckon the USB antennas will be at least as capable as notebooks in receiving signals? If you absolutely have to use wireless, make sure to get a card or USB device that has a seperate antenna that you can place up and away from the actual computer unit so as to extend the range, remove it away from interfering and blocking things, and just generally make sure you have the best possible option. Desktop wireless cards generally do not have anywhere near the same range as their laptop brethren.

I recommend any wireless card that has the antennas seperate from the body of the card nework USB netwrk and connected by a wire at least 4ft long. Your two options are: Most desktops do not come with wireless devices.

See here for a wireless bridge to link your desktop to your router using another wireless router: