Re: How does one find out the wireless chipset in Windows?
if you ask them to right click on 'my computer' select 'properties', click the 'hardware' tab, and open 'device manager', then scroll down to 'network adapters', right click, and select 'properties' again, and you should gain enough info to check out the card. if you don't, then google the info you do have and you should be able to get the full specs.
best of luck
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