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I believe he's wrong. But the wireless card which only does B needs to match the router which could be A,B, or G. And B has some serious range limitations. You also need to manually address the card or the router has to be configured for DHCP. Get past those issues and it should setup normally.
You need to use the D-Link USB WiFi Utility and manually configure the WiFi Network. Sometimes the built-in Windows WiFi Configuration doesn't work well with some USB WiFi and/or when no WEP/WPA security installed. You may need to manually enter the SSID, "Open" encryption and "Disabled or "Not USed" security settings.
There are a few things you can do in this case. First, I would check to see if you have your network profile set up correctly. This is done by going in to your wireless properties and checking the profile to see if the encryption password is correct as well as the encryption type and so on. Next, you can go in to the device manager and make sure the wireless adapter is recognized and enabled. If you need help doing these things, let me know.
I assume you have the unit set to alocate ip addresses automatically in other words the dhcp is set to enabled in the settings.
If so it maybe that the address is registering wrong, you can either click start>run> then type ipconfig /flushdns, or uninstal your wireless network card in device manager then restart the pc to automatically install it again as this will set it back to default, but remember to make sure obtain ip address automatically is enabled in the adapters properties on the tcp/ip properties.