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Click on Start - right-click on my computer - click on properties - click on hardware - click Device Manager
Look for your wireless adaptor in the list. Probably under Network adaptors. If it is on the list and there are no yellow question marks or Exclamation points next to it then you have successfully installed the device.
If there is an item that says unknown communication device with a yellow question mark next to it (?), put the set up disk back in and reinstall.
Most of the time when you install a new device in a pci slot, you must install the device physically in the computer first before running setup.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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