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INSTALLED WIRELESS G NOTEBOOK CARD, DOES NOT WORK

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Make sure that its the right driver. check on the computer manager and devices that its good.

Then make sure that you restart and see a wireless connection near the time. YOU HAVE TO ADD A wireless network for that to work..

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Hello,

In Ideal scenarios, you should just plug in the card in the notebook and it should get installed automatically.

Than you may scan for the available networks and you should be able to see the network of your Netgear router(Assuming that the Netgear you have mentioned is wireless capable and configured).

You can connect to the network and it should work fine.

Let me know what happens.
Regards,
Sammy

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