Wireless Lan help

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You are correct. You don't need wireless card. Your internal built in card should detect your wireless network automatically.
If it doesn't detect your wi-fi network then you might have driver issues with your wireless built in card or your router is not advertising your wi-fi network.

It states that your card is 802.11g/b LAN compatible so you shouldn't have any trouble.
 

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Of course, you need a wireless router to make that wireless connection! :D
 
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