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I see 4 wireless drivers offered...2 seem to be original, while the other two are updated versions.
In such a case, I would take the earlier pair, one Broadcom and one Atheros. I would try installing one and see if the WLAN works. If not, uninstall that driver, using Device Manager...and then try the other.
If a driver comes in .zip format, first thing you have to do is double-click the zip fil and extract the bundle of files in it. One of those will be an "install", "setup" or self-extracting .exe file. Clicking on the appropriate file should install the drivers for the device.