MSI (CB54G2) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Start-up or restart computer, motherboard will display its logo, start pressing F8 several times. Follow the instructions on the screen. Assuming you were talking about any version of Windows.

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MSI (CB54G2)... | Answered on Aug 24, 2014 | 41 views

please try to see if this steps will work. change the startup type of your wifi card into automatic by:

• click START, click RUN
• type services.msc
• look for WLAN Autoconfig and double click it
• change start up type into automatic and stat the process
• hit Apply and the OK
• restart the computer and also restart your wireless router

Hope these helps.

MSI (CB54G2)... | Answered on Jun 02, 2010 | 571 views

Hardiwre you computer to the router, modem or network If your laptop has a built-in ethernet(LAN) port and click here for the express driver update or you can choose manually the driver for your wireless cardbus adapter

MSI (CB54G2)... | Answered on Apr 07, 2009 | 198 views

that 1996 is not correct (its series name only)
MSI N1996 Motherboard P6NG Neo-Digital MS-7505
the bottom sticker on the mobo tells what it really is.

MSI motherboard, just bought ? used"?
ever see it work before.
did you go to and the manual on setups"?
are you using the onboard VGA port to a VGA monitor.
The monitor shows no signal means exactly that.
This motherboard has 1 power jacks, the big one 24 pins
and the 4pin at top left of the fan.
you must use PSU v2.2 or newer to get that 4 pin power.
covered on page 24 in your manual, here.

and CPU and fan, (correct)
and memory
and a power switch to the power switch jack.
next time post all stickers on mobo so we can see what it really is.
they made vast numbers of motherboards. a fact.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019 | 23 views

Beeping mostly means it's trying to give an error code along. Listen to the amount of beeps and the duration of them. This is the error code that it tries to give on. Look up in the manual what the beeps mean and how to solve it.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019 | 48 views


Need to replace the display flex ribbon cable to solve the flickering and color lines problem. This cable gets damage over the time of long usage.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Nov 20, 2018 | 69 views

Add more RAM memory.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Nov 10, 2018 | 36 views

No update will increase the speed.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Nov 10, 2018 | 32 views

There may be drivers from the keyboard manufacturer that need to be loaded in Windows.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Nov 01, 2018 | 31 views

It is quite complicated question, because it is very rare software for Mac. But I would suggest you .dbf fix tool or something new thing like online service

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Sep 20, 2018 | 123 views

The rear housing may be retained by ridges in the front part. Some judicious wiggling may get it released. I would suggest judicious prying as well but that can lead to breakage.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on May 19, 2018 | 55 views

Whatever are you asking . this is a new language to me

MSI Computers &... | Answered on May 10, 2018 | 39 views

Here's an MPP Viewer though you can search for others online:

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Apr 30, 2018 | 52 views

MSI might be able to supply it.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Apr 15, 2018 | 162 views

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MSI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 31, 2018 | 417 views

Your MB(motherboard) is hanging at the POST(Power on Self Test) level , which means a device connected to the MB or the MB itself has failed or is not seated properly. Your MB is fairly old so I'm assuming it was working at it stopped working at some point. To help you we need some additional info, and you need to troubleshoot in a systematic way one item at a time from the easy to fix to the more complex. You should turn off the computer between each step, don't touch anything inside with the PC power supply turned on.

1. Power off your PC (POYPC), and label (take photos and tag) and then remove all external USB cables from the motherboard, only leave a keyboard and video plugged. Then boot up again and see if anything changes... If it doesn't go to the next step
2. POYOC, ground yourself and open the case by removing screws from the back, your MB has chassis intrusion detection system so the system should beep and show an error prior to POST, if your system doesn't beep then we don't have an external speaker connected to the MB which makes it more complicated to troubleshoot. Now try to push/reseat memory DDR2 SDRAM, PCI/PCIe video card, disk cables and power cables from power supply(PS) to MB. Try booting up again.
3. POYPC. Do you have a PCI/PCIe video card? Is your video cable connected to the VGA (blue plug) or a video card? If you have a video card remove it by unscrewing the video card screw, and plug the monitor to the motherboard. Now reboot, if the system passes POST then you have a bad video card or video card component.

4. POYPC. with the PC now open label and disconnect CD drive, hard disk(s), and floppy data cable from those devices, you can use a sharpie to label each cable their device with numbers. And try booting again, and see what you get at the post level. If at this point it boots, then plug one item back at a time to see which one causes the issue.

If those steps didn't solve the problem then it might be a memory (RAM), Power Supply, CPU or MB issue. These items are more complex to troubleshoot.

RAM: You have 2 SDRAM sockets, so if you have two DDR2 DIMMS remove DIMM1(closest to the CPU), and boot up again, if you get stuck at the same spot then POYPC again and swap the DIMMS so you only have the original DIMM 2 on DIMM1 slow. Boot up again and see if that gets you passed the POST, if you do you will get a memory error saying that the memory config has changed.

Power Supply: Very unlikely that is your PS because your getting to the POST. If your MB detects any electric short at all including the power supply, then your MB won't boot up at all. So I doubt this is the case.

If you get to this point and the PC didn't boot then it's probably an issue with the CPU or MB. : If either of these 2 are the problem you should replace both the CPU, and motherboard, if you stay within your RAM and video card specifications then you won't have to replace a lot of components.

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 21, 2018 | 51 views

Windows CD or recovery SYSTEM if ur windows is original

MSI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 17, 2018 | 194 views

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