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Wireless networking I reformatted the hard drive and did a clean install of Windows XP. My wireless connection is not working. Do I need drivers for the wireless card

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  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2009

    I had problems with the the configuration. I called technical support 2 years ago and they were able to show me how to run a program where I could go in and manually select that Windows recognizes the wireless connection upon start up. Then I was able to start my wireless connection. I moved and can't remember the program I was told to run (config something).



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On some cards yes....i spoke to you previously......sorry been bussy...still looking for the drivers? [email protected] JJ

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