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Does Windows 2000 Support Wireless

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Hello, im Wondering If windows 2000 Professional supports Wireless which came built inside of my laptop ?

i installed 2000 before but when i went in device manager to install the Wireless drivers it got half way and just froze the whole Laptop ?
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All versions of Windows from 98 onwards support wireless to a degree.
For Win98, ME and 2000, you will need the third-party support software that comes with the card.
For XP and Vista, wireless support is built-in which becomes available when appropriate hardware is installed.
A computer that freezes when you install a driver is usually caused because its the wrong driver.
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