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Wireless Notebook Adapt

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I recently installed Fedora but the wireless B notebook card is not working because no driver has been loaded. I have a Linksys wireless B notebook adapter. Fedora took off great on my 2 other desktops loading drivers for the onboard lan port. I also have a Linksys router two wired connections and 2 wireless. The wireless cards are Linksys PCI.I tried to add a wireless connection. It asks me which card I have but in the long list mine is not there. No linksys cards are listed. When trying a different card in the list and configue it. When I try to activate the connection I get a error saying the adapter can not be found. Any ideas on how to get drivers and install them. Would be GREAT! if anybody can help. :whistling:
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try driverloader
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