Which module WLan can I use in Satellite Pro A10 PSA15E

Hello.

I have a Toshiba Satellite Pro A10 PSA15E-09VYL-en and want to add a module internal wireless - any ideas I need one and where?

Thanks in advance,

Simon

Hello

I discovered that this WLan module can run on your laptop Satellite Pro A10;
LAN (802 11b Agere) PA3212U-4MPC or PA3273U-2MPC card wireless (802. 11a / b).

The upgrade of WLan is not very sensitive. There are two antenna cables which must be connected to the wireless network card. The white cable be connected to the hand and the black cable to the auxiliary voltage

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