Question about D-Link DWA-643 Wireless Adapter
After I installed the card it keeps blinking amber light, unable to see any of the wireless routers.
Visit www.dlink.com click on driver download and it'll provide the correct driver for your system. It works because I just completed the device driver update for DWA-643 vista update. It's working amazing!
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
Check the status of the device under Device Manager first and see if it was properly installed. If yes, you may use the wireless zero configuration utility built-in to XP or Vista. If your OS is lower than XP you have the use the utility provided by D-link. It usually comes with a CD installer for its driver and utility.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The unit has LED activity indicators on the front of the case provide a status display indicating error conditions, transmission, and network activity for the 802.11a (amber) radio or the 802.11b/g (green) radio.
802.11a Activity LED Amber
The amber LED flashes three times per second until firmware is loaded. During boot, 802.11a mobiles cannot associate. After adoption, the amber LED is steady or flashes with 802.11a radio traffic.
The amber LED flashes once per second if an error prevents the 802.11a radio from operating normally.
802.11b/g Activity LED Green
The green LED flashes three times per second until firmware is loaded. During boot, 802.11b/g mobiles cannot associate. After adoption, the green LED is steady or flashes with 802.11b/g radio traffic.
The green LED flashes once per second if an error prevents the 802.11b/g radio from operating normally.
From this, it appears that the 802.11A radio is malfunctioning.
Here is the Motorola support web page for this device.
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