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I reistalled Windows XP and sincew doing so I have lost my wireless connection

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After reinstalling windows you need to download and install the wireless configuration driver. You will be able to find that in the support and downloads section of the brand name of your computer. Or if it is an aftermarket wireless card go to that companies website and download the driver that is specifically made for that wireless card.

so if its dell.. go to dell.com and go to support and downloads.

look for drivers.

or if its HP go to hp.com. same steps.

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This is probably because your wireless adapter or network driver was uninstalled with the installation of Windows XP. I suggest looking up your motherboard and finding its network driver. If your wireless adapter is a card, then look up that driver as well.

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