Question about NetGear WG511 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
Does a wireless card need any software to help install it into a labtop? Would be greatfull for your advice! Thanks.
If your laptop is running on XP, sometimes WINDOWS installs the drivers for the wireless card automatically. If WINDOWS do not install the drivers, you need to load or install the drivers of your wireless adapter. You can use the disc that came with the wireless adapter or downloiad the drivers from the website of your wireless adapter
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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