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I posted a topic before about how my USB ports don't work anymore on my laptop (HP Pavilion ze2000), and that I reinstalled OS and drivers. Well, now my wireless connection doesn't work through my PCI Wireless Card.

I have a Linksys Wireless-G Notebook Adapter WPC54G v3. Unlike the broken USB ports, my computer does recognize that the card is inserted, because it makes that little sound when you plug either a USB device or a PCI card in. I have downloaded and installed numerous different drivers and software for the card I have from the Linksys website, but none of them would recognize my card, or recognize my Access Point (I know the Access Point is working because my desktop computer can find it fine).

If there are any significant steps I have forgotten, then please notify me of this so I can get my wireless network back up and running.

Thank you all for your help.
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