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If you cannot see any wireless networks, check the hardware wireless switch (should be on the front or the side depending on model) also if you look at the adaptors properties and go to configure there is sometimes a software override to the hard ware switch
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none/blank. Initially, to acces some ISPs, the DLink would also ask for a password but once set will never ask again except when a reset is done.
On the old PC with the D-Link DWL -G122:
1. there is no need for a network key since you are not using one (as you posted) and therefore should be set to Open/Disabled/Not used;
2. When you installed the software from the CD that came with the D-Link USB wireless adapter on the old PC, other than the usual driver, it is highly possible that another software was installed. This is the DLink Configuration Utility which should be used to configure/connect the G122 rather than the built-in Windows WiFi Configuration. You can verify if this was installed under your Start/All Programs/D-Link Air USB/D-Link Air Utility. If present, use this to initially configure the G122.
hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need further information.
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Oct 24, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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