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After installation of a network adapter, that was not compatible with home computer, installation froze. I rebooted and got errors like these: AirGcfg.exe Entry point not found, aps search interface could not be located in the dynamic link library, wlanapi.dll wzcsldr2.exe entry point not found wlanapi.dll these are two of the errors, I cannot manually find this in the registry

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Your best bet is to try a system restore to a point before you installed the bad driver.

Click on START, PROGRAMS, ACCESSORES, SYSTEM TOOLS, System Restore. Then select Restore My Computer to an earlier time. Hopefully you will have a restore point dated just before you installed the driver. Restore to that point and see if it fixes the problem.

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