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Wireless pc lan card 802.11g

The pc notebook naed above is not what i have. i only put in a name so that the message would go through.the pc is a no name. the card doesn't work. want a driver to load on or the name of a site where i can download a driver unto a disc and load unto the laptop. can you help?

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if u want to to reset the wireless LAN on your computer i believing ur talking about refreshing the drivers,,{for windows xp}click on start and then right click on my computer,u will see properties,,click on hardware and then device manager..check network adapter and under tat u will c the name of the wireless card,,right click on that name and click uninstall.after tat click on action and then scan for hardware changes,,u will find ur wireles card is back,,tats reset wireless lan on computer,,

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Wireless lan pc card 802.11g

Broadcom WLAN Network Adapters Driver
HP Pavillion DV4000 has a built-in wireless card; scroll down to the Broadcom WLAN Network Adapers Driver; download and install.

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