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This router does not require a driver. You should be able to connect it to your PC via ethernet cable to configure it

QUICK START GUIDE (if you have the CD)

USER GUIDE

Other info HERE. (look down the list to find WG850)

BTW The WG850g is a discontinued product

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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