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Router problems will an intell pci (older versian) work with a new g router.

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  • racox533 Jan 05, 2009

    i have a belkin router with an intel lan pci adapter(wpci5000) i am running vista and i cant find any wireless equipment when i try to connect i have tried several routers with the same rusult the pci adapter should work? i also have a dell laptop with a card same result.

  • JDTec
    JDTec May 11, 2010

    did you update the adapter to Vista driver? The chipset on the adapter is Atheros chipset. Look at the big chip on the card and search this link:



    http://www.windows-vista-update.com/Athe...

  • JDTec
    JDTec May 11, 2010

    Do you mean an Intel wireless card? If so, Yes it will work.

  • topcat7736 May 27, 2014

    The Intel WPCI5000 adapter operates at IEEE 802.11a-(1999 standards on a frequency in the 5GHZ range). Your router, for IEEE 802.11b/g, operates at 2.4GHZ and cannot talk to your wireless adapter. You need to have a compatible adapter in your computers such as a Tenda-150Mbps-Wireless-Adapter-W311MI available from Amazon for about $9.

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Check with this tip.
Check if router is working on Net using a Lan cable to connect your PCs and check if you can browse from PC..
If Internet OK check if radio is enabled in your Belkin router.
Then check if your SSID broadcast is enabled in your router.
Check if Router and PCI Wlan adapter are on same WLAN standard A,B, G, or N and disable every security protocol (WEP or WPA)
Define a new SSID name and check if you see your Wlan on PC.
Restore your security as soon as connection established.

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