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1.Yes, you have to save the configuration of the old router to see where you have it . (print this out so that you understand the configuration.) 2. Uninstall the software for the old Belkin router. 3. Connect the new Belkin to the computer 4.power the computer off / leave off for (2) minutes then turn on. 5. Run new installation software on the new Belkin router.
If you are using windows 7, you should check the Microsoft Compatability list (search that name) to see if it is listed. If it is, and you are using 7, you don't need a driver (unless microsoft says otherwise). If it is not listed, you should make further inquiry of Belkin on their support page. If you find it not, you might find a 3rd party driver. Otherwise, you may need to replace the router. I recommend LinkSys as the easiest to get to go out of the box.
If it is for a router then connect the router to your pc or laptop with the supplied network cable and visit http://192.168.2.1 - this is a web interface for configuring routers and is much better than the software
If it is a driver you are after visit Belkin's webiste, http://www.belkin.com and search under support