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The D-Link WUA-2340 is an 802.11g adapter. This means that 54mbps is the fastest that it can run. It is backward compatible with the 802.11b standard which runs at 11mbps. However, it is not forward compatible to 802.11n. You need to get the DWA series from D-Link (I'm guessing you have a preference for D-Link). This should run your D-Link DIR-825 at 100mbps +.
It's impossible that the wireless router cannot detect your wireless adapter wg111t.
You try to test another one if still have a problem connecting with your wireless router. If that router can see another wireless network available then maybe your Netgear wireless adapter have a problem incomplete installation or the wireless device is defective. I have encounter like this before so maybe it's the same with. Hope my tip will help you a lot. Good luck! Please rate me. Thank you.
What router are you using? Most routers sold until recently have been 802.11b/g (54mbps) routers, it must be 802.11b/g/n to run at 108mbps. The adapter will self adjust to the older standard if it cannot detect if the faster standard is available.
the rangemax may be 108mbps transfer speed, but are your wireless network adapters able to run at 108mbps?, as most earlier ones will only run at 54 mpbs, especially notebook wireless adapters.
You will only gain on 108mbps transfer speed when file transfering or streaming to each pc, it will not speed up your internet connection, although you probably already are aware of that.
It could be because this card is probably set at 108mbps as default, but your router maybe a 54mbps stream, therefore if it's possible set the card at 54mbps to see if there is any change.
applogies if this is not the case, but unless it's a signal or driver fault, it may be worth trying in a different pc.