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Network adaptor I have a home computer with vista. I had a usb from three and had to send it back as it was faulty. I hqave a new one and i am only able to access the internet for a short period, it is also very slow. My pc is asking me to plug in a network adaptor. What can i do to fix the problem. This is a new computer

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If you have a PC with Vista on it, you should already have a network adapter on your motherboard. Check the back of your computer for a network jack and just plug the cable into that.

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I have reinstalled windows vista home premium on my dell laptop and now I have no network adaptor. what do i do?


It looks like that your Network drivers are missing and not installed, but don't worry you can reinstall your network adapter drivers online from dell website and here is the link.

http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/


Enter your Service Tag which you can find in the back of your computer.>>hit enter and now select your operating system and drivers category like network drivers you are looking and download them.

you can copy that drivers into flash drive or any other device and then you can install into it into your dell computer if you don't have internet in dell vista computer.

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Hi, I think that my adaptor got a bend in the metal part that goes into the computer, as it was very close to the power cord. Is this fixable or do I have to just buy another adaptor? If I do, do i just...


Hi,
If your adapter is bend and it is not detected by computer
it might be faulty and if it is under warranty call 1888-NETGEAR(US) or check the contact no of Netgear for Replacement.
else you have to go for a new adapter
i wud prefer you if you want to go for New adapter that support WIN7

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Usb adaptor


you might be knowing about it... but check--


Yes you an can but the purpose of the Wireless Usb adapter is to get the wireless connection from the Router to the PC (Computer)

Connect the Wireless USB Adapter to the usb socket of the computer and install the Drivers with the Help of the CD.

Note to get the wireless connection you need the wireless router connect as well in home network


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Realtek rtl8101 wireless adaptor not recognized


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Here's a couple of things to check, make sure your wireless switch is in the on position on your laptop...go to "My Networks" and click "new connection" and follow wizard for home and small office wireless>>have you had to input your WAP Key yet? it will not connect unless WAP key is input..let me know and we'll take it from there...good luck

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Vista Wireless Problem: Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG


Hi Pete,

You sound like you know what you're doing, so forgive me if these suggestions seem foolish or patronising..
Does your laptop have a wireless button?
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When you go to Internet Options and click the Connections tab, have you checked 'Never Dial a Connection'? This is essential..
I have exactly the same ethernet card and network adaptor, but haven't had any problems, and we have 2 laptops and 2 pc's here all detecting our router okay so..
It's definitely not MAC filtering on the router, as you would still see the network in your list..
I can only suggest uninstalling the Intel Pro Wireless driver and downloading a fresh one from here.
That'll reset default settings at least..
Hope this helps
Let me know how you get on.. If I face this problem I want to know how to fix it too!

Chris (ziraffa)

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I need vista driver


considering u are using an ativa adaptor,try this..clck& download the vista beta (beta=may or may not work!!) version& download it.

http://www.ativasupport.com/product/?pid=AWGUA54

OR TRY
http://www.ATIVASUPPORT.com/
& click ativa usb adaptor & ul get the link.

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Are you sure the adapter is VISTA compliant? Some are, some are not. BPCS

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how new is it?
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Try to setup home wireless network to share two home computer


Connect the home wireless network router box to the main PC through an ethernet cable with the PC powered off and the home wireless router powered off, then power on the PC & the router. Vista should locate the new wireless network and follow the windows vista network setup procedures. After the wireless network has been detected you then while the second PC's power is shut off you connect dongle adapter to the PC power on and XP will locate the new adapter. You will probably have to enter your networks pin for the connection.
Get back to me when you complete these steps.
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