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Then browse the repository and download the correct packages. Install them using the rpm command....
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    Then browse the repository and download the correct packages. Install them using the rpm command.
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    If you have to, boot into Windows and download the drivers to a USB drive. Then transfer it to your Linux partition.
    If not, read this sticky, and start a new thread.

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    I'm gonna mark my post as solved, though. Thanks, waterhead!
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