Question about Airlink AWLH3026T 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter

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Wireless not picking up

I have been using the Airlink PCI adapter AWLH3026T 802.11 for some time now, and only recently, one day when I turned on my computer the wireless icon, and the Airlink monitor icon did not appear as usual in the tool bar. I checkin the the network connections and there was also no wireless connection available. I reinstalled the software and still nothing. I am almost positive that the problem lies somewhere in the card. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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At first your card its detected or not if not then replace it if yes then go to the right click to my computer there option is there manage in that device management is there in that your card has yellow mark in the other option just double click on it then re-installed the driver option is there put the card and the cd in the computer then you get it

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