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Wireless card will not connect to internet

Driver deleted during AT&T help session. Unable to locate install CD. Previous problem network detected but not able to connect to internet.

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Re: Wireless card will not connect to internet

Hey Chet, What is the model number for the device? I'll see if I have one for you.

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