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Looking for an easy way to install a 3G module in a Samsung NC10 netbook? If you find that you need 3G access more often than WiFi, BassoPT has posted instructions on replacing the built in WiFi adapter with a 3G modem. When you actually need WiFi, you can always plug in a USB WiFi 802.11b/g/n adapter.

In order to perform this hack you’ll need to find a modem that comes in the shape of a PCI Express Mini card. Once you open up your computer, you should be pretty much able to pop out the WiFi adapter and replace it with the 3G card. If you’re looking to add an internal modem while keeping the WiFi module in place, you’re going to need to perform much more intensive surgery.

via jkkmobile

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