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Belkin Card stop working

My wireless Belkin card no longer works, even though the instilation is working fine but when i try to connect everything, it won't let me. Also, on the back of my card, the paper is sort of peeling off. Is that the problem? Do i need a new card?

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Try Uninstalling all Network Adapters from your device manager... rebooting and reinstalling..then reset your router.. and renew your DHCP
>>> Start, type Run in the search box...... type CMD.. then type ipconfig /release then ipconfig /renew

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