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Brendon wrote in
If it has LAN - N/A in the specs, does this mean the motherboard
can't be used in a Network?
It means that there is no local area network (LAN) adapter built-in
to the motherboard, so it won't work on a LAN unless you add a
separate adapter. You can buy a PCI LAN adapter for less than £20,
less than £10 if you know where to look.
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