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A connection itself is not a device, just a bit of logic. In order for you to know what driver software is associated with and used by a given device, it would have to in fact be a device. So the answer to your problem (as stated) is Yes.I suspect that English is not your first language and whether it is or not, you are welcome to pose another problem/issue. But rather than pick your question apart I will try to offer you some expertise...
If you meant to say that you need to check or maybe update a driver for your wireless network adapter, try typing this in an elevated (administrative-account enabled) command prompt (Run in the Start menu): devmgmt.msc and click Enter to start Device Manager, and right-click and select Properties or double-click the given adapter name to examine and change its properties. "Driver" is the third tab from the left.
Note that even if you have not previously backed up your driver you may want to download a copy of the correct driver to have handy when you uninstall the device and let Windows reinstall its driver (especially if it's a rare bird). Then either use the Device Manager to run the New Hardware Wizard (one of the least-handy components of XP and Vista) and Browse for the driver where you saved it (I recommend Desktop), or better yet, uninstall the device and first let Windows try to reinstall it... failing that, uninstall the device without rebooting and reinstall it from the new driver software you downloaded and saved on the desktop (then cut and paste the installation package for future use in a sub-folder you can remember [mine is called Installation Programs in My Documents]).
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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