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Lost my instalation disk

I have my D-link USB type for my computer but my problem is that when my computer crashed i lost everything and needed to install everything all over again, but i have lost my D-link instalation disk to re-set up my internet, i was told i can download it off the internet but i am having troubles find where i can download it ...any sujestions?

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  • nance01 May 06, 2008

    Lost Cd installation for DWL-G122

  • kristen stic Jan 22, 2009

    i lost the installation disk as well, the computer crashed i need to re-set up everything and the DWL 122 has been discontinued, so i cant find the downloadable drivers off the link posted by someone on this page cuz it says it is has been disconintued and they no longer provide tech support for this product :( any solutions?? i need my internet back and i dont wanna have to buy a new one cuz i cant find the stupid CD.....i assume theyre expensive......:( HELP PLEASE! thanks :D

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    I have also same problem with my installtion disk





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Here is the link where you will be able to download the drivers for all D-Link products:

http://support.dlink.com/downloads/

Just select DWL in the left list and then G122 in the right one.

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