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Trying to install a sitecom wireless network card on my new HP pavilion a6744uk, running Vista Home Premium. It gives me a message that the network cable is unplugged. Device manager shows the device is working. Network Connections shows the card with a red cross and cable unplugged message. When I try to connect it shows Windows Network Diagnostics saying This computer does not have a network adapter installed and configured.

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