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I have a d-link card but my disk broke a i want to install it in another computer

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Try to find a part or product # on the card, and search dlink.com for the correct driver. Save the download on a disk/pen drive/etc. in case you need it on the new pc. You can then install the card in the new pc and if Windows asks for the driver, point it to the driver you saved.

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Have you made any recent changes to the computer prior to the issue?


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hi harold what operating system do you have?

it seems that a reinstall is probably the best , hope you have your data on a seperate partition or hard disk, and recent backups?

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