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Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 does not include native drivers for the Del True Mobile 1450 USB Wireless adapter and there will be no 1450 USB Wireless adapter drivers available from Dell that are compatible with the Windows Vista or Winds 7 Operating System.
There will be no support for the Dell True Mobile 1450 USB Wireless adapter in Windows Vista or Windows 7.
For 1450 USB Wireless adapter drivers for Windows XP 32bit Click Here.
The table shown below lists all Linksys adapters that will work with a Windows Vista environment. I wonder if your OS is Win XP.Post back!
• 400 MHz or Faster PC
• 256 MB of RAM Memory
• CD-ROM Drive
• Avaliable USB Port
• Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP
• WUSB54GSC version 2.0 is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista
32 / 64-bit edition with latest updates and Windows 7 32 / 64-bit
edition with latest updates Product DriverVista 32Vista 64PCMCIA
4.100.27 / 3.100.6
188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
220.127.116.11 / 18.104.22.168
22.214.171.124 / 126.96.36.199
188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
220.127.116.11 / 18.104.22.168
Did you reinstall from the manufacturer-supplied "System Restore" set of CD/DVD disks, or did you install from a "generic" Microsoft Windows Vista DVD? If the former, then the correct device-drivers for the manufacturer-specific hardware should have been automatically installed; if the latter, you'll need to access the manufacturer's "support & downloads" web-site, using a computer that does have Internet access (and either a USB memory-stick or a CD-writer), and download the correct device-driver, copy it to the memory-stick or to CD-R or CD-RW media, and then install the device-driver, by reading the software from the memory-stick or the CD-disk.
Looking at the details of this device it shows supporting drivers for only:
Linux · Microsoft Windows 2000 · Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition · Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition · Microsoft Windows XP · Apple MacOS X
Have to reinstall ethernet driver. Need to use a usb wireless to get online, then choose search online for driver, or right click the ethernet adapter in device manager and choose device ID and search for driver on another computer and then install it on yours.
the only thing that connects the printer to the internet fault is the fact that the printer and your belkin are both usb connected.
If you are using a laptop then it could be a usb power problem and the motherboard is disconnecting the belkin adapter for some reason, the only one i can think of is a power problem.
The same can apply to a desktop pc if there is a usb problem
Firsly i assume you are using the belkin software to connect the usb adapter to the router, so on your taskbar on the right there is normally the little aerial type icon for the belkin adapter and a little pc screen showing the connection also, if you right click on one of theses icons you should get a line reading 'enable windows WZC', if you do get the option enable it and try using the windows connection software instead of the belkin as it may stop the disconnecting.
Also ensure that when you installed the software to your printer your firewall and antivirus was dissabled as certain elements to the driver may not have been installed.
Lasly, try using different usb ports if you have spare ones, with both the printer and the adapter as sometimes the chip on the board may be instructing the usb ports incorrectly as to which is required first, as windows asks for certain things eg input/output ports to be used first,in other words the IRQ (interupt request) may be causing the problem.