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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Try to perform the following steps to get the latest Drivers for the Wireless card
Click on the start button and right click on the Manage/Properties
If you select Manage, a new window will come and you have to select the device Manager
Right click on the wireless adapter and select properties.(Make sure that the wireless network card showing overthere with Yellow color Exclamation(!) mark).
A window will popped-up in which you need to click on the Details and then in properties you need to select Hardware IDs
Copy the Hardware IDs and open a website which is www.pcidatabase.com
Vendor ID starts after VEN_, and Device ID starts after DEV_. Enter that information and click on Search button of Device Search; you will get the required results of that adapter.
Click in the vendor name result and match the device ID to get the correct software for the wireless card.
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