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Dell Latitude d630 sim card slot.

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by nnom, Feb 26, 2012.

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  1. nnom

    nnom Thread Starter

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    I HAVE A DELL LATITUDE D630 UNDER THE BATTERY SECTION THERE IS A SIM CARD SLOT. I TRIED SLOTING IN A SIM CARD AND TURNED ON THE LAPTOP EXPECTING A MESSAGE TO APPEARE ON THE SCREEN, BUT NOTHING. How is this function of the laptop used? or is there any software that allowes this to work.
     
  2. vicks

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    nnom:
    I suspect that that is probably the port to insert the card from a camera to move pictures to your computer
    If you will go to the Dell site, select support, enter your service tag number, you will be able to access and download a manual for your particular computer. I do this on each new computer I work on and put it in a file in documents. Have found this to be very handy..\
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    The poster asked about a SIM card, not an SD memory card.

    It looks like this model supports wireless broadband. Obviously you have to buy service from a carrier to use it, and I'm sure you need software for the provider as well.

    http://www.dell.com/us/dfb/p/latitude-d630/pd
     
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