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new partition, missing drivers

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back again, finally got the 2 operating systems going on my computer, but now I have a new problem, on the winxp drive, I cannot access the internet because the new drive will not install the old broadcom drivers, don't know what to do now, everything else seems to be working, can anyone help here, would really be appreciated, have been at this now 3 days and am at the point of giving up totally, thanks, K,
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Sorry if this is a late reply, but i think you can try this, lookup your wireless card model on the partition with the OS that works, and add xp drivers to the end, e.g. "Broadcom 123 XP Drivers" but replace 123 with the model number of your wireless card
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