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Look on the Company site under drivers and downloads.
You will have to put it your model first. After you find your product you will
find the drivers and more.
After you download the driver you might have to put it in a folder for it to be stored in. After you put it in a folder, unzip it in that folder and it should have an .exe file. Click on this and it should do the install. If it does not do your install you can go to the Device manager and click on the device and tell it to install or upgrade the driver. Then you will need to direct it to the folder where you have the unzipped file. This should correct your problem. I am sorry that it took this long to get you an answer. I just started working on this site recently and your question just got in my cue. I have no control over how that works. You can click on my name from now on and I will do my best to answer your question within a day.
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