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Restore i got a virus on my comp. and had to have the system restored, as a result i dont have the ability to use my 2wite to connect. I am on annother comp. and would like to dounload whatever i need to get it workiig. i need to save it to disk

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  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    That doesn't work. The driver is in a zip file (that is not self-extracting) and I can't open the zip file until I can get online to download software to unzip it; and I can't get online until I have the driver. (on borrowed computer btw)

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Why are you not able to use your 2wire to connect? Do you just need the drivers?
If so you can find them here
http://www.2wire.com/index.php?p=331

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