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Just reformatted my hard drive and reinstalled XP Pro on my Dell laptop. I also installed the drivers. When I open Network connection I only see the LAN and 1394 connection, but no the wireless connection. Help

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Go to the device manager check for un installed devices.....May WLAN also one of those..

Check and install correct driver

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If it is built in wireless you may haft to enable thru bios!

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