Question about Xterasys XN-2133G 802.11g/b (xn2133g) Wireless Adapter

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Need Driver I have a Xtrasys xn2133g. Hard drive was wiped and re-installed and I don't have a drive/install disk for the modem. I have looked but can't find a download on the internet. (On a different computer) Can you help? Dan.

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Re: Need Driver

I found this driver from the Manufacturer site you can try that! Good Luck regards babb

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TP-LINK TL-WN321G - Hi-Speed USB - 802.11g driver not install in window xp

You will have to open up your network connections

Click start control panel network connections this may vary depending on your operating system look for local area connection if you see a red x or a yellow exclamation or question mark ! ?
you will need to update or install the driver or it could be firewalled.

Make sure your antivirus program is not blocking the internet connection.

If you are trying to connect through a modem/router you it should have come with a disk then
you might have to connect the usb lead to your modem to get a connection then

Click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to network adapters should see a yellow question ? exclamation mark ! or a red X right click install drivers.

The driver might be on the disc supplied by your ISP internet service provider
or the motherboard disc

You only need to check the BIOS if you cant install the driver

Make sure you Ethernet/internet is enabled in bios restart your computer during the boot up process you will see on your screen a certain key to

press to enter set up (BIOS) press and hold that key to enter bios using arrow keys navigate to integrated peripherals look for SiS On Chip Pci Device press enter scroll to SiS 10/100m press enter make sure its

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Utstarcom um100c software for windows 7

for your download click htt

This device will work on win7, no problem. You'll need the install disc or the software.

UM100 win7 64bit

1.Double-click the quicklinkmobile.exe application from cricket. It will unpack a folder with the installation files in the same folder the quicklinkmobile.exe app is residing.

2.Go in that folder and click on start.exe, then click on install quick link mobile. Go through the normal setup as you normally would.

3.Once it finishes installing, connect your UM100 UTStarcom modem on a free USB Port. Don't open the Cricket Wireless application just yet.

4. Go to start menu, right click on Computer and select properties. Then click on device manager on the left. You will find the UM100 modem has an exclamation point on it.

5.Right click it and select update driver. Select "Browse mycomputer for driver" Option at the bottom. Click on Browse to select a driver from a location, then navigate to your root drive (usually C: and sometimes D then to Program Files (x86)/Cricket/Quick Link Mobile/System

6.Make sure you navigate to this cricket wireless installation folder. It should be in C:\Program Files (x86)\Cricket\QuickLink Mobile\System. Once you find it click ok. Make sure "Include subfolders" is selected under it. Click on "next" and now it will install the driver.

7. After it installs, it will create two more Unknown devices with exclamation points. Wait a couple of minutes for the system to finish up installing that one before you continue with this instructions.

8. Now repeat steps 5 and 6 above for each of the two unknown devices until there are no more devices with exclamation points in device manager.

9. Now open Up Cricket Wireless application on your desktop or start menu, and continue with the normal modem activation of the wizard that appears. That's it! It will now detect the modem and activate it. Allowing you to use it.

10. Go and find whoever said you couldn't use this modem on 64-bit systems and punch them in the face.

11. Call me so I can punch them in the face again.

12. Enjoy your newly installed UTStarcom UM100 cricket modem on your 64 bit system. Ask Cricket to update their website with this information. Punch them in the face too for the sake of completeness

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I have a Netgear Wireless N150 router. It has been installed on our 2 computers. However, I had to reinstall Windows Vista on one and when I tried to reinstall the router, it tells me "No working...

Sounds like the driver for the network adapter has not be installed following the re-install of vista

to verify
go to start-->control panel-->System
Click on 'Device Manager'
Look for any devices that have a question mark or exclamation mark next to them
I suspect you will find something like 'Ethernet controller' which wont be configured correctly.

You will probably need to download the driver, using your other machine and then transfer to the problem machine and update the driver

If you need help identifying the driver then please provide details of the make/model of your PC.

If this doesn't solve the problem then let me know before rating this answer and I'll try to help you further

Good luck

Sep 06, 2011 | Network & Wireless Adapters

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Keep getting a setup error on the install disc for th ENLWI-NX2 adapter.

If the PCI wireless adapter card is accessible by opening the computer case, then

First, turn off the computer, remove the wireless adapter from the PCI bus.

Second, use a non-abrasive, soft, pink pencil eraser to clean the electrical contacts on the wireless adapter card. There may be some slight corrosion on the contacts. Then remove the pencil eraser debris by wiping the contacts with a plain, non-treated, unscented facial tissue or soft lintless cloth. Do Not wipe it with your fingers because the oils in your skin can cause further rapid corrosion.

Third, carefully and fully replace the adapter card, being careful to properly seat it in the PCI bus.

Fourth, turn on your computer and check Control Panel. Add/Remove Programs for anything associated with your driver card, that may have been installed. You will want to uninstall these before trying to install the driver again. Also check Control Panel, Add/Remove Hardware or Control Panel, System, Device Manager for any entries associated with the adapter card. These will also need to be removed/uninstalled.

Fifth, restart your computer. When the "Found New Hardware" prompt appears, Cancel it without allowing it to try looking for and installing drivers for your adapter card. You will be installing the drivers from the CD in the next step. Allowing Windows to attempt installing drivers at this point may result in *.dll and other support files for the drivers being installed which are incompatible with the adapter card driver and support files on the CD.

Sixth, insert your CD and install the adapter card drivers from the CD.

Seventh, restart your computer if instructed to do so by the adapter card driver installation program.

Eighth, restart your computer, which will force a flush of all memory buffers, disk buffers, and complete the installation as the computer is shutting down. This will also allow the operating system to add the necessary entries to the operating system registry during the boot-up phase of the restart.

If your operating system is Windows 7, then you will need to download the appropriate driver from:

An updated driver for Windows 7 was posted on May 23, 2011. an updated Utility file is also available for download at the same web page.

If your operating system is Windows XP or Windows Vista the above driver for Windows 7 may still work. If it does not work, then perhaps the driver on the CD can be recovered by cleaning the disk.

To clean the disk, first try using water only. If that does not work or the disk has fingerprints or grease/oil on it, then use water and a single drop of clear dish detergent such as Dawn. When drying the disk, use a soft lintless cloth and be sure to wipe in radially from the center toward the edges. Do Not wipe in a circular direction around the disk, because this could create more scratches in a direction that would maximize potential data loss.

If the CD is scratched this could also account for an error when installing. CD polishers are available at most department stores ranging in price from $15 to $125. A CD polisher kit will usually remove scratches, allowing an uncorrupted read of whatever is on the disk.

If your operating system is something other than Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7, then there appears to be no driver available from the manufacturer, Encore. In that case, a wireless adapter that has a driver compatible with your operating system will need to be procured.

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When I connect my modem ,nothing apears on the screen for me to install

I understand that you are unable to install drivers for your Huawei USB data card driver. This could be because of autorun feature disabled on your system. To install the drivers, please open your My Computer (or) Computer from your desktop and look for the device "removable drive" and run the setup from there.


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How can I install the network adapter without the disk to a Dell XPS 400 computer I had wiped?

Install it through the pen drive. Copy the drivers in the flash drive and then install them . it will solve your problem.

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Cannot install wireless driver for aspire 4310 broadcom

The main problem with installing Windows XP on an Acer 4310 notebook always comes back to the wireless lan. You will oftentimes see an error code 39, and be told that the driver is corrupt or missing. The problem with the wifi card seems to be specific to the broadcom 802.11b/g adapter. This same chipset would appear to be the basis for the 802.11g. Here lies the problem: you can't use a 802.11b or 802.11g driver. When you try to do so, you get the code 39 error.

With that in mind, I'm going to put up a brief but detailed tutorial that describes how to correct the problem and get your Acer notebook up and running. This is the method I followed when working on my wife's 4310, and it works every time. Keep in mind, however, that I am going to approach this from a fresh build perspective with a slicked hard drive, with the OS being Windows XP SP3. I would recommend that you slick your hard drive and do a fresh install to avoid in conflicts. Also note that in the relevant step I'm going to throw an idea out there for all of the dual-booters out there who have a Linux distro and need to run nds-wrapper or have no connectivity at all. I'm not sure if this works because I haven't tested it. So if it does work then that's great for everyone. Just make sure you put something in the appropriate forums for others.

Now! To get your Acer 4310 Aspire Notebook up and running with Windows XP SP3 installed do the following:
  1. You will need all of the latest drivers for your Notebook dating from 12-08-2008. Go here and download them all EXCEPT for the wireless lan driver. You want an older version, preferably from the timeframe of BIOS rev V1.10, and if you've got the factory driver DVD handy you should be set. For some very wierd reason I had to use older drivers. Further, the later driver zip files for the wireless lan doesn't contain the file you're looking for. Get all of your files together and unzip them, then burn them to a DVD or several CDs.
  2. Now, you'll need to slick your hard drive. The best and safest way to do this is with a utility such as DBAN, with the second choice being Kill Disk Just grab one of these and burn the ISO image to a CD and you're set. Now, the question may arise as to why these utilities should be used. First, they're free. And second--this is the important part--these utilities will not harm your hard drive. Low Level Formatting has been known to damage the platters and landing zone on hard drives. This is, in a word, BAD. Plus, by slicking the hard drive you have no chance of encountering any problems during installation. Kill Disk takes about an hour or so to wipe the hard disk, while DBAN will take about 3 hours. I use DBAN, but Kill Disk will work just as well.
  3. Now comes the fun part. Install Windows. For those who are having a hard time with the Windows install hanging on your Aspire, slicking the hard drive with DBAN or Kill Disk will almost always prevent that. Nuff said.
  4. Now, install all of those new drivers you just downloaded. Start with the chipset, then add sound, synaptic for the touchpad, video, modem, etc. Install the lan controller (not the wireless lan) last.
  5. Now, open up device manager by right clicking on My Computer and in system properties go to the hardwar tab, and then click on device manager. You'll see that wireless card glaring at you with an exclamation point and sporting an error code of 39.
  6. Select the wireless card and right click on it, then click "Update driver..." and click next
  7. Click "No, not this time" and click next
  8. Select "Install from a specific location" (advanced) and click next
  9. Click "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install" and click next
  10. If it has not done so already, the card should identify itself as "Broadcom 802.11g Network Adaptor". If not, that's just as good because even though it has identified itself, that's not the driver you want. Click "Have Disk" and navigate to where you stashed the older wireless drivers (CD, DVD, or somwhere on your Desktop).
  11. And here's the prize: from the driver list select Broadcom 802.11 Multiband Network Adapter and install it. You should immediately see your wireless come online, and the error code should go away in the device manager. Problem is solved!
Now, two things. First, the driver I used has the following date and version number:

  • 10/12/2006
If you run into problems, check the date and version.

Second, those Linux folk who are having connectivity problems with this adapter should see if there is a similar multiband driver available. That should cure the problem--again, I'm not sure because I haven't done that. But it should.

Happy surfing!

Sep 09, 2008 | Acer (BCM94318MPG) Wireless Adapter

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Problems with installation

first u install correct driver then u start ur wireless LAN ur LAN driver must be be not correct ok
first do this
then post ur result

Jul 29, 2008 | Acer (D10709-002) (D10709002) 802.11g/b...

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Belkin G+ Desktop Card

something you have done has stopped the hard disk drive from working.

first check all the internal connections between the hard disk drive and mother board and hard drive and power supply.

Wiggle them around and make sure they are in straight.

then check you didnt drop any screws etc inside the pc and these are shorting something out

you need to check that the ribbon cables that connect your hard disk drive werent damaged when you fitted the wireless card

then i think you need some help

confirm that the pc can boot from a floppy or cd
you might need to change the bios settings first

you need to check all the bios settings if there is any chance that you might have changed them accidently

you need to check that the power supply is working correctly (unlikely)

i wouldnt expect that it is the card that caused the problem

then i would consider the possiblity that there was a virus on the installation disk (unlikely)

then i might wonder if coincidently the hard disk drive failed at that time.

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