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Linksys Wireless G Drivers

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I have a Linksys Wireless G PCI Adapter that I need to install in a computer. I lost the installation CD.and I cannot find the drivers for this adapter. It will be installed into a Windows XP Pro SP3 system. Where can I find the drivers for this adapter.

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Robert
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Yes I have. I have hardware version 4.0 and when I select that version there is no driver just 3 documents - User Guide, Quick Installation and data Sheet.
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What I ended up doing was running a long network cable from the router to the wireless computer and letting Windows search the internet and install the drivers. All is now working.
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After connecting the cable, downloading it from
https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B-qTx1THTwN8MTU2NThiMDMtZTQ1ZS00Mjk1LThmODMtOTI0Y2RkMjhhMjU4&export=download
then installing it would have worked, too (instead of downloading it on another machine, putting it on a USB stick and installing from that).
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I didn't have to go to any web sites - Windows found the drivers online automatically.
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This thread should be deleted.
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What I did solved the problem.
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