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Can't set up Netgear WG111v2 wireless adapter

I recently had to reboot my computer, it's come back fixed now and I've had to re-set my Netgear wireless internet back up. Problem I've lost the cd that came with my wireless adapter and now I can't get it set up on my computer.

Is there any way around this?

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You can download the software you need from Netgear's site. All the download and installation instructions are in one place for you.

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