Question about Computers & Internet
You need to make a note of the EXACT make and model of your wireless cardbus adapter.
Then use an internet-capable computer to download drivers for it-from the manufacturer, if you don't already have them, which is what it sounds like. Save these drivers on a disk or USB flash drive or memory stick.
Then transfer those saved drivers to the computer that needs the drivers.
Then type "device manager" in your Windows search area
Then find your cardbus adapter listed and right click on it, and select PROPERTIES
Then click on update driver
When it asks where to look for the driver, browse it to your specified location where you saved the drivers.
You might need to restart.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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