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Parihar,
You have not specified anything about your laptop. No make no model and not even if it has WiFi. If it has WiFi then it should also have the drivers for it. It ot then please follow the link below to search the drivers on the internet and then download and install them.
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3812010-search_drivers_online

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