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No wireless adapters in system

On my invoice for my laptop purchased in March 2006 it says i have an
Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200 (802.11b/g) 54 Mbps Mini-PCI Wireless card.
When i click on the icon for wireless adapters it comes up with the message "no supported wireless adapters avaliable in the system". How do i get it to work again, as i seem to remember it working when i first got the laptop. I am trying to set up a wireless network at home.

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Amanda

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Try and reload the drivers for the device. Also check the control panel and under network connections. See if there is a wireless network adapter. You can also try and run add hardware and see if the system detects it. Once you have it detected, go into setup wireless network and install you network. Have any problems please post in forum.

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