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Wireless card Load software don't see the card

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Please provide a little more detail.

- Are you sure this card? Did you mean USB adapter?

- What OS are you using.
- Did it install okay any error messages reported?
- Did you install it for use by all users in an administrator account?

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This product has gone through many revisions and if you check the back of it it will indicate which version you have. This is important because according to the Belkin website certain versions do not work with the latest drivers and software. Please make sure that you also allow the Belkin software to control (or master) the device instead of the OS.

Hope you find this helpful and will assist you in solving your problem. If not, please add more details as requested above. It helps solution posters to provide a precise answer.

Best of luck,

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