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System cannot recognise wireless capability

I have just reformatted my windows XP and it is now not recognising its wireless capabilities. The LAN ethernet card works well. The wireless function has been working well before the reformat. I have activated the WZC but it was not effective.

In fact in the network connections there is not even an option for wireless connections hence i can't even manually create a wireless internet connection. I have used this computer before and the wireless card is built in and works fine. please help.

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Follow the link above, select your OS, download the files for wireless LAN, install them...and VIOLA! you will be fine!

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