Choose the Linksys Wireless-N adapter and hit "Next". Windows may warn you that these are the wrong drivers and that they are not signed. You will have to ignore those warnings to force the driver to install.
If the driver won't work, Windows XP will allow you to roll back the drivers. You just right click on the driver in the device manager and click "Properties". Go to the "Driver" tab and click the "Roll Back Driver" button and it will revert to the previous driver.
Step by step: How to install Broadcom critical driver update
A kernel-level driver exploit for Broadcom-based Wireless LAN devices for Windows 2000 and XP has been released. A Linksys-branded driver can provide immediate protection until the correctly branded drivers are released. Follow this step-by-step procedure.
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You'll need to find the appropriate network adapter and right click on it. I chose the Dell Wireless 1450. Right click on it and hit "Update Driver".