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If you remember where it was plugged in (which USB port) plug it back in, and reboot the system. If you don't remember where it was plugged in, but hold the power button on the PC until it turns off. Plug the wireless adapter into a USB port and reboot the PC.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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