For the wireless card, I suggest picking up something from any of these manufacturers: Linksys, DLink or Belkin.
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You can find it here, just make sure you download the right driver for the version of router you have (they have version 4 and 4.1).
Well hopefully that driver does work. Do you happen to have the link for it?
No, the version is for the wireless network card and you can find that when you buy it. As I mentioned before, there's 4.0 and 4.1, here's a picture of one where the version can be seen.
When you talk about the version of the router do you mean firmware version? If so mine is 4.07.07 so I'm not to sure if that is 4 or 4.1. Do you know?
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