**This is Part 2 of the “Upgrading your Wireless Card” guide and is continued from part 1. Part 1 explains the benefits of upgrading your wireless card while part 2 is simply a How To.**
This post was delayed by about 10 months due to forgetfulness and procrastination. My apologies for the delay, though I believe many people can still benefit from this post. Over the 10 months it took me to finally write the guide, the high-resolution images I took have been deleted and I have only been able to locate thumbnails with a resolution of 360×270. These lower resolution images are still clear enough to distinguish what I am doing, so this shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
Nevertheless, the show must go on and so below you will find several images documenting the process of replacing the Wireless card in your Inspiron 1525. Other laptops, specifically other Inspirons, may have a similar method though I cannot verify this and therefore cannot ensure that this guide will suffice for any laptop other than the Inspiron 1525. Lastly, we are not responsible for any damage incurred from following this guide, though if you do manage to damage your computer from following this simple guide then you probably shouldn’t be using a computer altogether.
The following is a picture guide, though it should be self-explanatory. If you have any questions regarding any steps, please feel free to leave a comment so that I can respond.