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You can download the software from http://verizon.net/zyxel
There are 3 folders, one for Windows XP, one Windows Vista, and one for Windows 7. You can extract the folder you need for the version of Windows you have. Then you can use the Found New Hardware Wizard to install the drivers.
I'm NOT a Windows guru, but I think this is an issue with Windows, not your Zyxel driver.
There is a setting somewhere in the network area of Windows that tells it to automatically connect to a known favorite network if that network appears. I suspect you just have to find that setting, turn it on, and make sure the network you use is in your list of favorites.
There is a program called Wefi that you can download from the internet. Just install it and you won't have to worry to much about configuring windows settings and all that other stuff to use wireless. Let me know if the problem persists. Give me a good rating if I helped
Have you tried enabling the Wireless Zero service?
In Control Panel/Admin Tools/Services, scroll down to Wireless Zero and enable it.
Some cards use their own interface, some use Wireless Zero.
Do you have Wireless Icon showing in the System Tray? You should be able to access the settings by Right-clicking this icon.