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Wireless drivers I somehow uninstalled my driver suf for my laptops wireless adapter. I cannot find my backup disk, does any one know a sit i an download it from? The box says 802.11b/g

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    xactly same prob i have please let me know the solution as well

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No mate i have tried this one as well
Thanks anyway

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Doesn't Aspire have a website for drivers and updating drivers?

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About the Wireless Hosted Network

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Hence, I’d suggest you to uninstall and re-install only the wireless network adapter drivers from Device manager and check if that fixes the issue.

Before uninstalling the drivers from the device manager, make sure you have a backup of the installation files.

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To uninstall the wireless connection from Device Manager,

1. Click Start, type Device Manager in the Start search box and hit Enter.
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You can try:

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