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I just got a laptop with windows7 and it will not find my network drive

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Try to check your Device manager. To do this right click on the computer and scroll down to properties. After that look for device manager if there is no network drive, follow this link so to download your drive for your Pc . www.nodevice.com and look for the category you wanted.

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