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2-wire wireless usb plug in

Have a new dell hybrid with so wireless inside. want to use the 2-wire plug in wireless device, but can no longer find install disc with drivers any advice?

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  • annomen Jan 01, 2009

    thanks for trying, but i cannot find the cd. originally owned by college son...moved a number of times and poof gone. but thanks anyway.just thought there was someplace to download the driver from.

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Installed the driver from the cd of the wireless adapter

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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    kalpesh jain Jan 02, 2009

    tell me the model number i can try to you

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My main computer is vista, the one with wireless router , but I want to use my xp computer with the dell 1450 wireless usb adapter. it won't work


Dell do not provide support for vista on the 1450 USB adapter - see here http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/dsn/en/document?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=bsdv&dl=false&docid=20075A1DBD60D650E0401E0A55175C46&doclang=en
I have not tried this - but found on another forum http://www.vistaforums.com/Forum/Topic5380-21-1.aspx olution:
  1. 1) Install the Dell 1450 USB drivers on a PC with XP32 (assuming your target machine is 32-bit)
  2. 2) Copy the "2K" drivers from the install directory ( c:\program files\dell wireless ) to a flash drive.
  3. 3) Copy the "2K" drivers from the flash drive to the Vista machine. After you plug in your 1450 choose to manually select the driver then browse to that folder. You should be up an running in a few seconds.
The extra connection manager software that came with the adapter won't run on Vista but you'll still get a good wireless connection.

Apr 13, 2010 | Dell 1450 (D1450U) Wireless Adapter

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I have a Linksys Wireless-G Network adapter (WUSB54G S ver 2). When I plug it in to usb, the power light flickers once and goes off. I have tried plugging it in w/o drivers and have tried again with two...


http://www.linksysbycisco.com/US/en/support/WUSB54GS/download

You may want to download drivers and new updates for this model from the link above. You have to select your version (2) and you'll see the download to your left on the page.

Try plugging it into another USB port.and or another computer if you have one available. Test the USB port with another device to see if it maybe the problem. Also make certain your plugs are snugly in their sockets. But it I think you are right on target with the defective device point of view.
If you ruled out the things listed above...defective.
Hope this helps, please leave rating, thank you

May 08, 2009 | Linksys WUSB54GS 802.11G USB Adapter...

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Dell 1450 Wireless Adapter is losing the connection after 5 minutes and then can't find the connection again without re-starting the computer. Frustrating!


Here are a few suggestions:

1. make sure that in device manager this device is set so that it does not get turned off to save power. (Start-Control Panel-System-Hardware-Device Manager-Network Adapters-Right-Click the wireless card-properties), also do the same for the USB ports

2. Install the latest drivers from - support.dell.com (since it is a USB Device, if installing latest version of the 1450 drivers does not fix it also update the BIOS and Chipset Drivers of your system)

3. Check for interference, especially from 2.4GHZ cordless phones

Check to see if the same thing happens when you take it to someone else's house.

I hope some of these suggestions help

Feb 04, 2009 | Dell 1450 (D1450U) Wireless Adapter

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Add wireless router to my wired router 4 port (2 free ports) for my 2 laptops


To add wireless to your wired router, you need an Wireless Access point. And when you get it you have to set the MAC address of the router into the Wireless Access point, in order for them to talk to each other. An Access point will probably cost you more than it would if you purchased a new wireless router. I would buy a wireless router, and sell the wired router on Craig's list or something.

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Sep 29, 2008 | Belkin N1 Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter...

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My USB device is no longer recognized


Seen this happen many times...it stems from a corruption of the plug and play drivers enumeration key in the registry...the fix is quite elusive...the key is cheap...pick a different brand to replace it with save yourself the grief of fighting this battle. Hope that helps.

Aug 25, 2007 | Encore ENUWI-G2 802.11G WIRELESS USB 2.0...

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My USB wireless device is no longer recognized


Hi, I have seen this type of thing B4, & it sounds to me as if your USB WiFi has gone faulty? Really the ONLY way to check is to try another USB WiFi unit.

Aug 25, 2007 | Encore ENUWI-G2 802.11G WIRELESS USB 2.0...

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Windows displays a message saying that the device is not recognized


Ok, there is no longer support for these adapters, and there are plenty of problems with getting them going and keeping them going. I would get a refund if they are new, if not don't waste any more time with them and buy a more user recognised product.

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