What mini PCI WLAN card can be used on Equium A60 - 157?

Hi, im trying to buy a wireless mini LAN card pci for my toshiba Equium A60-157... do not know what an I need or I can use? Thanks Carl

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Hi Carl

According to the specs of your device is not ready WLAN. This means that you can not switch on the unit with the mini PCI WLAN card. Only solution is the card PCMCIA or USB WLAN stick.

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