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Installation Hi I would like to install the Belkin 802.11g Wireless G NoteBook card in my laptop.My laptop runs Windows XP.Unfortunately, I lost the CD of Belkin 802.11g Wireless G NoteBook card. In this connection, is there any other way to install the said card.

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Hi there, and welcome to FixYa, witch is what I intend to do :-) You will find your driver here: allmost at the botom of this page, at "software and updates" drivername: "F5D7011 driver" next page  choose "F5D7011 Version 2xxx Drivers" click the down arrow.
let me know if you have any problems downloading
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If you need the driver for that wireless card, they have different names, it's name is on a label on the wireless card you can search google, you might find the driver for it there

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