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Wireless driver for pavilion dv6000z notebook

Please please can anyone help me????
I have can not connect with my wireless connection.
i have sent back my notebook twice and it still doesnt work.
i think its the driver and i have good knowledge of how this works but i cant seem to get any support from hp - please could someone walk me through
to see if its the driver again.

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