Thanks very much for your response. There are two devices under the Network Adapters section, one called "Instant Wireless - Network PC Card - Deterministic Network Enhancer Miniport" and the other called "Instant Wireless - Network PC Card - Packet Scheduler Miniport". These are only available when I select View and Show Hidden Devices.
Unfortunately, when I go to Control Panel --> Network Connections, I only see my wired LAN connection. No wireless option exists there as described in the Dell system documentation. And I can't figure out a way to add a wireless network connection here.
Thanks for your thoughts thus far. Any other ideas are greatly appreciated!
Message Edited by stevehuff on 12-20-2004 01:39 PM
Go here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd600/sm/upgrades.htm#1019173 to see how to open up the cover for the mini-PCI slot.
If there is a card in there with two antennae attached to it, you have wireless. If the slot is empty, you don't have wireless. You can buy an internal wireless card (I would HIGHLY recommend getting the Intel card over the TrueMobile one) and stick it in there, or use an external. I would personally opt for the internal, since the D600 only has once PCMCIA slot.
If you do have a card, you need to figure out if it's Intel or Dell TrueMobile. It should say somewhere on the card. Go to support.dell.com and mouse over Product Support, and select "Downloads" from the menu that appears.
Message Edited by stevehuff on 12-20-2004 10:27 PM