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+[title] Download Duet Driver Files
+[* black] If you are running windows, [https://github.com/dc42/RepRapFirmware/raw/dev/Driver/DuetDriverFiles.zip|click here to download the Duet Wifi Drivers.] If you are running Mac or Linux, you won't need them - skip this step. Unzip the file and save the drivers somewhere you'll be able to find them. On windows 10, just right click the "duet.inf" file and choose install. On windows 7, you'll need to find the duet in Device Manager and click update driver.
+ [* black] 1. Right Click on the Duet.inf file and choose "install"
+ [* black] 2. Allow windows to install the driver
+[* black] If you don't already have a program installed to send commands to a 3D printer, we recommend YAT (Download here: [https://sourceforge.net/projects/y-a-terminal/|click here to open sourceforge|new_window=true]). Once it's downloaded you shouldn't need to change any settings, just connect to the printer.
+[* icon_caution] If you are using Simplify 3D, Pronterface, or MatterControl to connect to the printer, make sure it's not converting all your text to uppercase when you're setting up your wifi in the next step.

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