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BestDealUSA Mini PCI-E To PCI-E Wireless Network Card Adapter Antenna WiFi Support Windows


BestDealUSA Mini PCI-E To PCI-E Wireless Network Card Adapter Antenna WiFi Support Windows


Supports all of PCIe Mini-Cards such as SSD, WLAN,WWLAN, Mini Card to desktop PC.
Supports U.FL/IPX to RP- SMA pigtail WiFi RF cable adapter
Support DOS, Windows 98/2000/XP/Server 2003/XP/Vista/7, Linux OS

1 x Mini PCI-E to PCI-E Wireless Adapter +3 Antenna WiFi

  • Mini PCI-E to PCI-E Adapter is designed for wireless application on desktop PCs that
  • Convert Mini-Card to standard PCI-Express 1x slot. Or insert your PCI-E type mini-card into this adapter then insert to PCI-E 1x connector
  • PCI-Express 1x slot. 3.3V and 5V support
  • 3 lines u.FL (IPX) to RP-SMA cable, support 3 antenna
  • Weight: 4.30oz. Dimensions ( about ): 15.5x14x3cm

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Question by irj0k3r: How can you use a wireless modem as a wireless card?
I have a desktop that doesn’t have a wireless network card. I have wireless internet and want to connect my desktop to it. I have an extra wireless dsl modem with ethernet ports. Can I connect the extra modem to my desktop and use it as a wireless card to connect to my other wireless modem? And if I can how do I go about this?

Best answer:

Answer by GTB
No you cannot

Either buy a wireless Network Interface Card and install it on your desktop or run a CAT5 wired line to a LAN port of the router.

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What customers say about BestDealUSA Mini PCI-E To PCI-E Wireless Network Card Adapter Antenna WiFi Support Windows?

  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Servicable but not without some effort, July 27, 2012
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    I am not happy with most of the wireless solutions for desktop PCs these days, so the “roll your own” solution looked appealing. Intel wireless cards are stable and perform very well, so putting one in a desktop PC seemed the way to go. Unfortunately the adapter itself is not without issues. What I didn’t like:

    – No screws were provided to secure the wireless mini-PCIe card to the adapter
    – The antenna wires were exceedingly long and difficult to work with (very stiff)
    – The threads where the antennas screwed on were far too long for the provided antennas (minor complaint)

    Here are some things I did to mount my wireless card to the adapter:

    – I got some thin screws to secure the card to the adapter (used a Dremel to shorten them a bit)
    – I couldn’t find a plastic or nylon washer so I cut the tops off 2 drywall mounts and put those behind the card as a spacer
    – Personally I found attaching the antenna wires to the wireless card difficult due to the length, stiffness and orientation of the wires

    – To more easily attach the antenna wires:
    > Unscrew the bracket with the antenna wires from the board
    > Loosen the bolts that hold the antennas to the bracket, allowing the wires to rotate freely
    > Attach the wires to the wireless card
    > Slowly move the card back towards the bracket, allowing the wires time to bend gently before screwing the adapter back on the bracket
    > Re-tighten the bolts that hold the antenna mounts on the bracket

    I have fairly large hands, which didn’t make this easy for me. Finding screws for the wireless card and a non-conductive spacer to go behind the card was the hardest part. Attaching the antenna wires was easy after I removed the bracket and loosened the bolts. All said and done it turned out pretty good (I uploaded a picture of the final effort to the gallery). Shorter wires and a means to secure the wireless card would make this a 5-star product.

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  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Does what I need it to, but…, February 28, 2013
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    H. Taylor
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    The build quality on this, sort of as I expected, is absolute crap. I used this with an Intel half-height mini-PCIe card. The card and the antenna wires will not fit back under the shield. I had to get some tiny nuts and screws to hard-mount the card instead.

    Not a big deal, but it certainly doesn’t work without re-engineering.

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  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Poorly Designed, January 24, 2013
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    M. Rasband “rasbit” (Breckenridge, CO) –
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    This card was poorly designed. The metal casing you see on the top just under the antenna leads is blocked by those leads to take off and put on. Since it’s shielding – it’s a useful piece to keep.

    The wifi card is recognized with this, though it doesn’t connect. I would guess that’s an issue with the card and not the adapter, however.

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  4. Couple of answers;
    1. If your desk top has an Ethernet connection, you can use it to plug into an active modem. I don’t think you can use your “extra” modem, to function as a wireless card. If you make your extra modem your primary, and place in close enough to your desk top, Ethernet to it, and good to go.
    2. There are now available usb wireless cards so if your desk top has a usb port, can add this on. They work well, and run about $ 50.00 at most electronic stores. I bout the last one that I installed at wal-mart.


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