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Oct 04, 2012 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition English...
Please find drivers at following link:
Please select Operating system (example xp home edition 32 bit or xp pro 32 bit or 64 bit) from the dropdown list for operating system.
Then download and install all the drivers one by one.
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Sounds like you need some drivers installed, especially if you just installed XP clean.
Visit support.dell.com, click on Drivers and Downloads, click on the service tag option and enter your service tag located on the bottom.
This will take you to a list of drivers for your specific model. Make sure the OS chosen is Windows XP and in the list you should find some wireless drivers. There may be several different wireless drivers listed. And one of those will be specific to your needs.
You might need to identify which wireless card you have first. Which will requrie gaining access to it to get some part numbers or model numbers from it. There should be an access panel on the bottom that you can open to gain access to the mini-pci wireless card. That way you can see which one you have and download the correct software for it.
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