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I cannot find a driver for wireless (network controller)

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my windows crashed, reinstalled it, but now my wireless doesnt work anymore. I dont have a driver cd anymore.

the device instance id is: PCIVEN_14E4&DEV_4320&SUBSYS_00031028&REV_03&1472819D&0&18F0

I tried to download it on the dell site without result.

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You may need to do a clean install. It is possible the crash was caused by the wireless faulting out. If you have the time, create a recovery disk and locate your restore partition. This is normally D: drive. Do a format and restore the system to original factory settings using the restore disk you create and the restore partition. If you can't create these your only other option is to purchase a full version of Windows and do a clean install using that. Make sure you choose to format the hard Drive C: as it is possible that your drivers are stored on any other drives on your computer.

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