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    Windows 7
       #141

    I couldn't get my wireless adapter working in Windows 7. I found this guide and it worked. It may be worth trying for any other driver too.

    Puzbie LTD: Getting USB Wireless Adapters Working with Windows 7.

    Frankly I was amazed. I don't think Microsoft have ever been that helpful before!
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  2. Posts : 26
    Windows 7
       #142

    Oh wow, that was clever. How did the link change like that?
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    Windows 7
       #143

    Printer drivers


    Hello,
    this thread has become quite long to read it whole, so please, if it was discussed before, just redirect me to read it :)

    I found the drivermax tool before, there's also one that's called DoubleDriver, but none of them can backup printer drivers.
    There was a MS tool printmig.exe, but it's not working for x64 operating systems.

    So the question is: Is there a way to backup my printer drivers, so i don't have to use windows update on every new machine?
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    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #144

    And if you come from XP?


    Does this also work when you migrate from XP to W7?

    Thanks
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    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #145

    Does this DriverMax solution also work when you change to Windows 7 coming from XP (pro)?


    Sorry for the double posting, new here, did not see the previous one coming up here.
    Last edited by KeyboardPlayer; 02 Sep 2011 at 02:58. Reason: double posting.
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