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Belkin (F5D7050) 802.11a/ Wireless Adapter

Hi thanks for help, I should have mentioned its a usb adapter,ive tried uninstalling restarting reinstalling, useing different usb port,downloading software from belkin,on different computer,incase its a newer driver or something,useing system restore and then reinstalling .If you`ve any other ideas Id be gratefull as im a bit stuck now
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I just noticed that it is a 802.11a/ . "a" wireless products do not work correctly and you need an "a" router to connect to. The "g" protocol is the most common and reliable.
If it is a new adapter, I would return it and get a 802.11 g adapter, not a USB.. they cost about $20.

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