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Wireless Driver Dell Latitude 410 Windows 7

I just updated my Dell Latitude 410 with a clean install of Windows 7 (from XP) and cannot get the wireless network adaptor to work. Within Device Manager and under Network Adaptors I do find Intel(R)PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection. The Network Map shows the icon and name of my wireless network. However, when I choose Manage Wireless Networks (Wireless Network Connection) my wireless network is not listed.
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No yellow exclamation point.
The signal is very strong on my other devices.

Do I type netsh int ip reset in the Run window?
Check if your Wireless Device driver is up-to-date
either that or open the command line
I've been to that Dell Detect site and DL'd the wireless driver mentioned in my original question. My question still is, where do I type in "nesh int ip reset"
Note Dell is not the manufacturer from Intel(R)PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network card.

Here you will get the latest driver (Newer than from DELL and from Windows update):
I typed netsh, etc. in ....unplugged the wired connection and all is well. Thank you.