How to Install a Netgear Gigabit PCI Adapter in Windows XP.?

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1. Turn on your computer and log into Windows XP. Insert the installation CD that came with your Netgear Gigabit PCI Adapter; locate and run the application "setup.exe" stored within. (If you do not have the installation CD, you may download an
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1. Turn on your computer and log into Windows XP. Insert the installation CD that came with your Netgear Gigabit PCI Adapter; locate and run the application " ...
1. Turn on your computer and log into Windows XP. Insert the installation CD that came with your Netgear Gigabit PCI Adapter; locate and run the application " ...
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