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I had to install windows vista once yet wasnt able to make it work with my D-link and I had to format my pc back to xp just cos there is no way to get it installed on my vista system , how do I get to makeit work with VISTA ? I would really appreciate all the help I can get with that matter ...
SOURCE: Wireless G USB Adapter
As you are getting this error message the best thing to do would be install the USB adapter with the latest drivers from the DLINK website.
Please click here . The website currently says its down for maintenance but if you check back shortly it should be working normally.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
SOURCE: wireless adapter
Goto control panel, open up system, choose hardware, device manager, look in Network adapters to see if it shows wireless. If you dont have one in system, you can get a wireless PCI card for internal installation or you can get wireless USB from Best Buy, Circuit City etc.....either one is ok...USB is easiest to install of course.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
Well my friend, they are not alone to be "not helpfull", ive tryed since the 17 fubruary to help a friend of mine to solve a warranty isue with toshiba, belive me when i say they try all ways to NOT help us.
I look forwad to hear from you after you tranfer that file my frien:)
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Check for the driver on the make and model's web site, not the windows...you should find what you are looking for.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: change operating system
You can keep both Vista and XP. Below is the way to install XP, after Vista was already installed... creating a dual boot. First find the drivers for your network components, wireless card or nic, and save them to an external device such as a floppy disk or flash drive. Then you will need to go into the BIOS on your computer startup. Scroll to the System Configuration tab and go down to the SATA Native Support and change its setting to Disabled. Then hit F10 to Save and Exit. Next, insert your Windows XP CD and create the partition you wish to install XP on. After the installation is complete you should boot automatically into XP. Now you need to move some files. First, make sure you have set your folder options to see hidden files and to show protected operating system files. Then open Windows Explorer and go to the drive where Vista is installed. Copy the folder Boot, and the files bootmgr, boot.ini, NTDETECT.COM and ntldr and paste them to the root of your XP drive. Then download Vista Boot Pro and save it to your desktop or somewhere else that you can easily access. Unless you already have .Net Framework (v2.0 at least) it will redirect you to a Microsoft page where you can download this necessary component. Install and run Vista Boot Pro and open the "Bootloader" tab. Select "Reinstall the Vista bootloader" and press Apply. Then go to the Manage OS Entries tab and select "Add new operating system entry" and make sure you select "Windows Legacy". Give the new entry a name (ie: Windows XP) and select the drive letter you have XP on and then select Apply. You can also choose which entry you would like as the default the system will boot to. And now you should be able to dual boot between Vista and a previous OS. Thank you! Sabharish
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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