- With excellent workmanship, the laptop expansion card is durable for long time using
- The laptop expansion card are compliant with expresscard/34mm standard
- Compliant with 32-bit card bus type Ⅱ standard
- Full plug & play and hot plug compatible
- With excellent performance, the USB expansion card is perfect for you
- The laptop expansion card is provided with serial port and parallel port
- The adapter cable is durable and easy to connet with your PC
- There are one CD, adapter cable and expansion card
With excellent workmanship, the expansion card is provied with high performance
- The package of cable and expansion card is very delicate
How to Install an Expansion Card?
- Expansion cards make up RAM, however, also relate to sound cards, video cards, wireless adapters or TV tuners.
- An expansion card updates your system with new features. Installing a new card requires sliding off the side panel and removing any old cards. Once you correctly insert the device, in its appropriate place, turn on your system and Windows automatically installs its drivers. Remember, use caution when handling fragile components.
- Power down and unplug all wires and cables from the back of your computer.
- Loosen two hand screws on the side panel of the computer and gently slide the panel away from you.
- Loosen a screw over top of the expansion slot's metal bracket with the screw driver, and pull the bracket upward.
- Line up the pins of the expansion card with the correct slot on the motherboard, and gingerly press down until you hear a "click."
- Slide the side panel slowly back into the rivets and hand tighten two screws.
- Plug all wires and cables to the back of your computer. Turn on the computer and determine if the card was installed correctly
- 1 x Expansion Card
- 1 x Adapter Cable
- 1 x CD Diver