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Calling clock stem connection "bluetooth cable".

After getting a "good deal" on the FenVi Intel 8801, I found that the bluetooth cable connects to the circuit board clock (timing CPU to chipset for recycles). After running the cd to get the drivers (in a foreign language), I found the chipset drivers zipped up to prefetch to parts unknown. I went to Intel and dowmloaded the 7265 Dual Band drivers and was back up, temporarily, but on the next failure the factory default drivers were not accepted by Windows 7 Pro.

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