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Driver for Cisco Aironet

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Does anyone know where I can get the drivers for a Cisco Aironet wireless card?  I had a hard drive problem on my laptop and replaced it.  I do not have the cd that came with the card and need to install the software for the card.  When I go the Cisco site I get to the correct location but have to sign in with a user id & password.  I don't have one.
The card is a CB21ag-a-k9, 802.11a/b/g Cardbus Adapter.

Any help would be great!

Thanks.
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Try www.driverguide.com, lots of stuff on there:  Login is drivers / all
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the URL the the whole string with the (802...)
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Sorry Guys;

None of these worked.  I was actually able to get an account with Cisco and log in & download the driver I needed.  I will split the points evenly between all of you for your efforts.

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Nobody likes C grades.
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Sorry;

I didn't realize, average was a problem.  Is there a way for me to change it?
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Hmm ,links didn't paste.  You can post a Q in the Community Supoort area with a link back to here to get a grade changed o Q deleted etc. : http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/
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I have asked to change it to a B instead of a C, hope that is okay.
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