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I'm running xp on my dell inspiron. I bought a dynex dxfc202 card bus adapter. the instructions say xp will recognize hardware automatically, but it doesn't, and I cannot figure out how to make it.

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If you are talking about software that came with the hardware, there was no cd with drivers or software????

Posted on May 09, 2008

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Hello,

if you have CD utility enclosed then insert and install it to the system..

tell me what happen i will assist you through..

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it'll not fit since your laptop needs an expresscard.
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