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Connecting to the net with a different network adapter


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I had to move my linksys wireless card to a lower slow and now the linksys does not even show up. All I show is Broadcom 802.11g network adapter #2. When I know I have a Linksys Wireless Speed Booster card. How can I get the Linksys back?
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I am still able to connect to the internet, just at very low speeds. It takes forever to download a 50mb file. I download at 11.1KB/sec. Sometimes it will disconnect me from AIM and I have to disable and then enable it again for it to connect. Odd thing is that while connected with this Broadcom, the linksys wireless activity light is working. I DID remove a DSL network card from my PC. It was not wireless though, it was for the actual jack. It was labeled as "SpeedCom". Not sure if that will have anything to do with it or not.
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