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Re: Wireless (again)

David Boles wrote:

> | Useful no doubt, but no answer to the question that was actually raised,
> | which was how one could find the chipset in a WiFi device.
> The actual chip set numbers? Well since they can change from run to run I
> would think that the best way would be to look at the device with a
> magnifying glass and write them down.

None of the many WiFi devices I own can be taken to pieces,
at least not without damaging them.

> Look I don't own a laptop. I don't want to own a laptop. I don't like
> laptops. I don't have a WiFi system. I don't want anything to do with
> WiFi system. So what does that mean?

To me, it means you shouldn't give advice on something you claim proudly
to know nothing about.

> If you do then *you* need to do a 
> little research instead of expecting others to do all of the work for you.

You are talking through your hat.
I wasn't the OP, and don't expect anyone to do all the work for me,
at least in this area.
As I recall, somebody suggested the OP should look at "the HCL"
to determine the chipset in WiFi devices,
and I asked for elucidation on this, which I have not received.

Timothy Murphy  
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