Question about D-Link WUA-2340 (ASKU55774) Wireless Adapter

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Keep loosing connection.

Ya so, i bought this adapter and installed it perfectly. But when I'm connected I keep loosing my connection but it reconnect immediatly and 3 mminutes after... im loosing it again

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  • davecanadian Jan 11, 2009

    The adapter randomly just stops working. Vista diagnoses the problem, and it says the adapter is "Experiencing hardware or software problems". If I restart the computer it works fine again for a while.

  • zaloc Feb 09, 2009

    I have had the same problem and I tired reinstalling the driver, reinstalling the software etc. I think after doing a search on google that many users have the same problem and Dlink has yet to fix it. I'm ready to trash the expensive card because its become not worth the effort.  ps I am a computer tech with over 25 years experience so I'm not exactly green at this kind of stuff. If anyone know of dlink having a fix (like maybe a never version of driver since Dec 2008) please let me know.



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OK, its funny when you are ready to give up that the solution comes to you. Now it might be just waiting to act up again but its been long enough I think it might be working. Get access to your router and set the frequency from auto (I have a 2wire) and i changed it to 2462 MHz although perhaps any set freq may work. Please let me know if it works for you as I will be sure to plaster it all over the web so others don't get as frustrated.
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May be your system is virus infected.

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