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Try opening device manager (Windows Key + X then select device manager from the dropdown) Find your device: Look under "unknown devices" or "universal serial bus controllers", right click and select update driver software.
Open the lan card properties and open the tab configure. Go to the advance option and look for Link speed and Duplex option. From left pane choose the value 10Mbps/Half Duplex. The Lab connection will be enabled. Also enter the IP address and DNS settings if required.
I just had the same problem and was able to figure our a permanent fix.Judging by the date of you post, I'm guessing you've already remedied this problem one way or another. But just in case you haven't or someone else is having the same problem, I'll go ahead and post what to do. First, make sure you leave the USB hub plugged in right now so that Device Manager lists what it thinks is the Bluetooth device. Go into Control Manager > Hardware & Sound > Device Manager. Right click on Bluetooth device that is showing up in error. From the dropdown box, select Properties. Click the Driver Tab. Click Uninstall. Check "Delete the driver software for this device." Click OK. Unplug your USB hub for a few seconds, then plug it back in. Windows should now recognize it as a "Generic USB hub." You should be good to go. Just remember not to install that update again or try to update the driver for the Generic USB hub. If you do, you'll end up with the same problem. I hope this helps someone out there.
Let's check some settings for the network connections. Click on "start" - "settings" - "control panel" - "network connections". First we'll check the ethernet connection. Right click on "local area connection" - "properties" - choose "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)" - "properties". In case of not at automatically settings click on both buttons to "obtain an IP address automatically" and "obtain DNS server address automatically". Click on OK at both windows. Now we'll check the Wi-fi connection. Right click on "Wireless connection" - "properties" - choose "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)" - "properties". In case of not at automatically settings click on both buttons to "obtain an IP address automatically" and "obtain DNS server address automatically". Click on OK at both windows.
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need to check your admin control in your control panel, under the device mang, look for a ! in a yellow triangle under your usb ports if it is there might need to do a driver update and do a MS windows update as well might help with this it is your plug in play settings that are not recognizing it
Win 2k, XP, Vista, and Win7 have a CONTROL PANEL applet called Administrative Tools - opening that there is a sub applet called Computer Management - and openint that there is another sub applet called Disk Management. In Disk Management you will usually find all of your drives (including those that don't show up in Windows Explorer). A new drive will probably be listed as drive 1 or something like that and shown as UNALLOCATED space. Right click that drive (my best advice on how to be sure its the right drive is to know the drive size .. ie 500 gb or 750 gb etc AND seeing that it is inactive) to activate it and to partition and format it.
Yes, they may work as follows:
Do the first item, if still doesn't work, do the second also...
1. Start your computer into the BIOS setup.
Find the "built-in" devices screen and "enable" all of the USB ports. If there is a "Legacy support" option, enable that too.
2. Go to the Device Manager to enable them:
Right-click [My Computer]
On the right window at the bottom of the list,
select + USB Serial Bus controllers
Find the one with the yellow marking and right-click and "disable / enable" it.
or UNinstall it (Windows will "find" it again automatically.
According to the specs for your computer, it has a wireless card.
If the wireless driver is installed you will see it in Device Manager and it should be working and enabled. If not you will need to install the driver for the wireless card.
If it is installed and working you need to configure the wireless card to the wireless router's settings, (eg. the SSID, and the WAP or WEP encryption settings etc. so it can communicate with the wireless router).
Have you install the driver first before connecting it? Check out the Device manager entries if showing any yellow mark?
Goto start --> Run --> type in there --> devmgmt.msc
this will open up the Device manager.
Check it and let me know. Have a nice day
I beleive you have explained the concern well except for the OS that you use. We have to understand that WLAN is a windows feature. You can try for command prompt by using commands in the netsh wlan context for Windows Vista if you use one and this will help. Else contact.