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Drivers Needed I need drivers for a WiFiMax 802.11g WLAN Compact USB Adapter. mmccrea@eastlink.ca

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In google put in WiFiMax 802.11g drivers

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Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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    JP Services Jan 12, 2008

    are they tring to charge you for drivers? Thats a bunch of crap

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