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  1. Shawn

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    Only WWAN or other Modules?
     
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    If it's wired as USB I don't see why you can't use it as extra USB port for things like Bluetooth or a Logitech Unifying receiver.
     
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    Ok, Thank You
     
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    You usually cant because the Panasonic BIOS prevents them from working.
    Been down this road many times. I have had some luck with a second wifi/bluetooth card in the WWAN slot. Intel 6235 I think.
    The only thing is that the bluetooth worked but the wifi did NOT in the WWAN slot. I have found a gps card that worked in the WWAN slot for a while.
    Normal laptops have usb AND PCIE wired on a mini PCIE (WWAN and WIFI card slot)Toughbooks do not.

    Toughbooks are not like normal laptops. Use the search tool and read.
    You can learn a lot that way.
     
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    I can already tell that the Toughbooks are different from other laptops. installing Win7 x64 in the Uefi alone is difficult.
     
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    "Win7"
    "UEFI"
    There's your problem. Win7 does not support UEFI without CSM.
     
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    what is the solution?
     
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    Enable CSM in the BIOS.
     
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