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I can't use or connect my wireless network. i think i deleted its driver. please help me. thanks

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There might be a case that you have turned off the hardware key of the wireless device. check it first. and how did you delete the driver? did you go to the system32 folder and do that. if not then there might not be the problem of the driver not being available. go to network connections and repair your wireless connection, most of the time if there is no hardware lock it will be corrected on itself. even if there is a driver issue, the system will inform you and then you can go for an online upgrade of the driver.

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