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    LM Technologies LM001 Driver

    Hi everyone.

    I bought the LM001 wireless adapter and it came with an installation CD. The only problem is, my notebook doesn't have a cd drive.

    I found the driver on their website, but when i download it, the file seems to be corrupt.

    Does anyone know any other place where i can find it?

    Thanks,

    Rich.

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    Possible ideas:

    Zip the files you need and upload them to a file storage web site using a different computer.

    Copy the CD contents to a USB flash drive.

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    Copy the CD contents to a USB flash drive.
    That would be the easiest since I'm guessing you don't have network access yet.

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    Next option, burn th4e drives to a cd. After use , file away for future use and be sure to label the cd .
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    and post back. Let us know if it worked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post

    Next option, burn th4e drives to a cd. After use , file away for future use and be sure to label the cd .
    He already has a CD with the drivers on it.

    Problem is, he doesn't have a CD drive.

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    I believe Train was referring to transferring contents of the CD to USB thumb drive, in another machine that does have a CD/DVD drive.
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinma View Post
    I believe Train was referring to transferring contents of the CD to USB thumb drive, in another machine that does have a CD/DVD drive.
    You got it right. Boy, did I ever butchered that statement I posted.
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