Question about Linksys Wireless-G WGA54G 802.11g/b Wireless Gaming Adapter
Gaming adapter does not log onto wireless network. It used to work for about six months and then stopped working. All other computers in the house continue to work on the wireless network.
My computer freez up when am upgrading my router so i restart, but now i try to log on back to the router but is not going, i aslo try to reset still not going. plz kindly advise on way out.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
I had a similar problem and the solution was that the Airport Extreme switched to channel 13, which was not supported by my labtop which only was able to handle channels 1-11.
Posted on Apr 30, 2007
Hi there,what type of gaming adapter is this for.. a console I assume; but if so which one? If you could clarify this then I should be able to help further. Chris
Posted on Sep 05, 2006
The settings on the device may have been reset. You should log on to the device from a PC and check to make sure that all the wireless settings on the Gaming Adapter are the exact same as those on your Broadband router (or what ever device is providing wireless service for your Interner service). These settings include the SSID and encryption type (WEP,WPA,AES, etc...). If you are unsure what they were originally (which is usually the case because the passwords for these are not usually displayed in clear text), reset them to something new. Then, make sure these new settings on both your wireless devices match EXACTLY. If you cannot get them to work with encryption, try using no encryption just to get the connection up and running. To find out how to log on to your Gaming adapter, check out the Linksys user manual here: http://tinyurl.com/zgcvr
Posted on Sep 05, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the ethernet light -( )- is off, flip the X - II switch to its other setting.
If the wireless light is off, click on the channel button, it should me IN. If still cannot connect, then you will need to setup the wireless settings of the gaming adapter.
First, you need to know the wireless settings on your wireless router or access point. Take note of the wireless network name (SSID) and wireless security settings.
Connect the gaming adapter to the router using an ethernet cable. Flip the switch on the adapter to straight through (II).
Then insert the Setup CD of the WGA11B to your computer. Click on the Setup button once the wizard is up. It will then show you the current settings, so just click next.
It will ask you for the password of the adapter, just type admin.
Make sure that Obtain IP address automatically is selected, then click next.
On the Profile configuration, select Internet for the mode.
Then enter the SSID and select WEP if wireless security is enabled on the wireless router. Type the passphrase of the WEP key. Then click No to complete the configuration.
Connect the gaming adapter back to the PS2.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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