Question about Hawking (HWUG1) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
I was having problems with my girlfriend hooking up to my belkin wireless network from a room distant from the router and so I bought the Hawking HWUG1 to use as an extender. It gave a minimal boost and therefore we uninstalled the software. When we did that her laptop's wireless would not connect and said that it was not configured to manage the connection. It seems that the uninstall had taken away an XP file that was used to automatically configure the laptop's wireless. I reinstalled the Hawking software and now her laptop will connect. How can I uninstall the Hawking and have her laptop's wireless function as it did before the initial installation of the Hawking software?
First install the hawking software. then when it's done go to the c file and enter to the softer file. there u can see some files of the xp files. just copy the files to the xp file and ur work have been done uninstall the hawking software.....
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Are you using WINXP? Open NETWORK CONNECTIONS, right click on wifi icon. Click on PROPERTIES. When the popup appears, click WIRELESS NETWORKS. At the top left corner, you should see a box to be checked, followed by the sentence USE WINDOWS TO CONFIGURE MY WIRELESS SETTINGS. If box is not check marked, click it. This will allow WINDOWS to become the primary control for your wireless. I too, use the Hawking HWUG1 usb adapter. I also use the Hawking HA12W wifi antenna. Pricey at $50USD, but improves performance drastically! Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Before you remove the hawking software, go to the site for her computer, and download the wireless utility, and keep it handy on the desktop.
remove the hawking software, then re install the wireless drivers from the desktop file.
should work nicely
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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