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Hanging up Hi I use the wireless g at home..however when i bring it for use in my hotel abroad it hangs up every few mins.I have used a netgear product without problems .Please helpJohn

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I bought an HWU8DDA at Fry' electronic ,but i can't install the software by CD for my laptop.
Please help me or send to me the software.

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