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Netbook needs driver to make it wireless Help

Discussion in 'Wireless' started by shocksl, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. shocksl

    shocksl Byte Poster

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    ive resinstalled windows 7 on my netbook. It's called Ergo Inceptor 133.

    Unfortnately I can't find the wireless Drivers.

    Can somebody help me to find it?

    thanks
     
  2. dmarsh

    dmarsh Terabyte Poster

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    http://www.ergo.co.uk/Products/Laptops/Documents/Inceptor133-Web.pdf

    Realtek RTL8188CEBT 802.11n WLAN & Bluetooth Combo card

    Its best to go with the notebook drivers if possible.

    Ergo Computing - download drivers and online support

    If really stuck can use the chip manufacturer drivers, but this is not exact same model, may lose bluetooth support...

    Realtek
     
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  3. shocksl

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    i am not bothered about bluetooth.

    can you please locate the driver from the realtek site for me. The ergo site doesnt have it.
     
  4. BB88

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    Go to Device Manager. Right click the Device. Go to Properties. Go to the Details tab. Change the drop down to Device Instance ID (something like that) Copy and paste the PCI Ven, and then Google that.
     
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