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Anygate 802.11g wlan installer accidentally erase

My old hard drive collapse so i installed a new one i couldnt recover my old hard drive files, like my 802.11g wireless usb, is it posible if i can use another brand of installer for my Anygate 802.11g usb wireless lan?

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U an installed new itself my means is that same brand product your usb adapter put the usb adapter cd and installed it that's it

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