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Reconnection my laptop was disconnected after a virus on our system i do not know where the disk is to reconnect the laptop to our philips wireless base station can i actually get a new disk???? is there a contact number to get in touch with them?

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Go to the philips site or look at customer care contact information on your base stations box. You can call or e-mail them or just download new drivers from their site... All of these processes are free...

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