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Lost the CD and my wireless receiver wont configure

Well i lost the CD long ago and never removed my receiver from the cradle then my friend did and my computer says it can't configure it what do I do?

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Re: Lost the CD and my wireless receiver wont configure

Try uninstalling the drivers (with the device disconnected) and updating it with new drivers. Then connect it and see if it works.
This site still has drivers for the dwl-g122:
make sure you click the right revision number.

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* Check antenna location, or distance from the signal
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