I need to setup the 2wire adaptor for my computer but lost CD
i have formatted my computer and im trying to set up the 2wire adaptor
(802.11g USB wireless adapter p/n:1000-100075-000 model us-g-at-02
and i called at&t and they said i need to have the cd to install it but i dont and they said to go to 2wire .com and i can download it from there but i cant find it,
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You need the drivers. An oversimlified analogy of what a driver is - drivers are what the computer uses to translate the language the devices speaks into a language the computer can understand. It allows the two to talk to each other.
You should be able to download the drivers for this device at http://support.2wire.com/index.php?page=download
The manufacturer for any device that you connect to your computer should have the drivers necessary to install it on their website. If the device you are trying to install is a network device (wireless or wired) and you are unable to access the internet, the best suggestion I have is to borrow a friends computer and a USB key/drive or have them burn a CD with the drivers on it for you.
Listen, you do not need that CD! This is already configured. That cd is for other types of troublesome operating systems that just cannot seem to get is DNS settings right such as windows XP. The cd is for XP only you do not need this with vista.
hi! have you used this other identical 2wire modem before? if this other 2wire modem (is it the same 1701hg?) well you may need to configure the settings first. also 1000 series modems usually have 3 lights on it; power, broadband link, and local network. if these 3 lights are on, you may need to access the modem's user interface. assuming that all lights are green, on your computer directly attached to the 2wire, open up any browser, type in gateway.2wire.net. it will give you the network at a glance page. click on run system setup wizard, type in the system password. on the ppp authentication page, please check if it has your username & password (this is the one that you set up on your internet acct w/ your ISP), the next screen will establish a connection. (please tell me if you've got any error messages...)