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Network connection problem

I took my pc to install new hard drive., they recovered all the files. my problem is that i cannot connect to my network. i have linksys adapter in office for wireless. the guests at the lodge use linksys router for their laptops. lodge and office are separate buildings. system device said adapter is not installed. how do i install without cd. i lost my cd.

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Ok zannet_08, i am not sure, from what you wrote, but it sounds like you may have two problems.

To get drivers for your wireless Linksys adapter, we will need the model number, can you identify what that is? Once you get the model number, you will get a writable CD or USB drive, find a computer with internet access, go to www.linksys.com click downloads at the very top center of the page. Locate your device, then select the driver; if you have Vista Operating System on your computer choose that specific driver, otherwise click what ever else is available.

When you see the download window banner watch were the device driver is being downloaded to, and or write down the file name so you can find it, and "burn" it to CD or drag it to your USB drive.

Take the driver file back to your computer, let us know if you need help installing the device driver, also what OS you are running.

Once you get the device driver installed and reboot, windows will prompt you that there is a wireless network available, or you will need to double click on the network icon in the lower right of your desktop, read what it says, is there a wireless network available?

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