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My netgear wifi adapter wnce3001 will not connect to my verizon hot spot

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Does this happen if you try connecting it into all USB ports? Try another USB port. Do you know if your USB ports are 2.0?

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the drivers should be installed in windows 7 by default, their so called "smart wizard" has some compatibility issues with windows 7, I get it to load up and it will shut down or glitch out. What I did was uninstall the downloaded driver and use the default windows drivers, flipped the switch off to my built in G wifi adapter and the netgear automatically kicked in and took over as the default wireless adapter.

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