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Super g wireless install

My old coputer had a super g wireless pci . I removed it and put in this new computer now that computer wants a driver disk or something to let it know what new hardware to install and I dont have a disk to use (gone/misplaced /not here) any sugestions help please.

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I HAVE SAME PROBLEM LIKE TRUCKER 77546 .I NEED A DRIVE OR SOME THING TO INSTALL BWI 715 SUPER G802.11g/b ON MY NEW COMPUTER .BECAUSE I HAVE LOST MY SOFTWARE DISK FOR IT! THANK YOU.

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