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Re: My Computer is not work & cotrolpannel
Looks like a virus or trojan, disable everything in MSConfig (see this article) the hopefull you can go online and do a online scan like http://housecall.trendmicro.com, you may also want to download the free malware tool from malwarebytes.org
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The only drivers for this device are for Xp and Vista. Download the appropriate bit version (32bit or 64bit) for Vista to your computer, right click on the exe installer and go to properties. Go to compatibility mode, in the drop down menu choose Vista (64 bit or 32 bit which ever version of Windows 7 you're running) and check the "run as administrator" box. Apply the changes and hit the Okay button. Then click on the exe and let it run. If that doesn't work, use 7zip (it's free) and unpack the exe file into a folder. Go to control panel device manager find the wireless card in the "others" section it should have a yellow question mark next to it. Right click that or click once and hit the properties button, go to driver, and choose update driver. A window will pop up that asks if you want to check automatically or do it manually. Choose manually and point the new window to where you unzipped the exe, hit okay and let it "search" it should find the drivers and install them. A note: vista drivers have issues running in windows 7. The card itself is old and outdated and I'd suggest getting a different one. You can find the driver at the link below. Linksys Wireless PC Adapter WPC300N Driver 4 150 31 0
try to uninstall the software, and installing it again in windows xp sp 3 compatibility, you can do so by right clicking on the installation exe of the drivers, select properieties, compatibility, windows xp sp3, check Run as administrator, OK. Install it now, and it could work now.
The router has nothing to do with what versions of Windows you may be running on various systems.
Try this: Turn of your firewall on both systems. Also make sure both systems are using the same workgroup. RIght click My computer or Computer and look at Properties. Click Change to change your workgroup name to whatever you like. Both have to be the same. Click OK on that and reboot both your systems. Turn Firewalls back on.
Hope this helps you. You can find more info at: www.practicallynetworked.com
What OS? If Vista, or Win 7, have you done it as Administrator? Here is how to Install them so they may work.
Download your driver you wish to install. If it's in a zip/rar file then extract it to your desktop.
You should have a simple .exe file sitting on your desktop to install the drivers, as normal for
Right click the .exe file and select "Properties".
Then select the tab called "Compatibility"
Now check the box next to "Run this program in compatibility mode for:"
Make sure "Windows XP Service Pack 2" is highlighted.
Now apply the settings and run the installer as Administrator
This should work for most drivers, but not all
With D-link, they like it all to be installed, not just have a driver installed, when the PC finds the "Card" & installs drivers, that's only half of what you need to do.
Some model ThinkPads have different network, video and audio drivers and unless you know exactly which one is installed in your ThinkPad, you need to download all the drivers and install each driver until you find the right driver. When you download the drivers, write down the device driver and it’s file name so you have a record of which driver you are installing and which directory the unzipped files are located on your hard drive. Go to the IBM/Lenovo WEB site - support/download page and download the latest Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model computer, Use this link: - http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/product.do?template=%2Fproductselection%2Flandingpages%2FbrowseByProductLandingPage.vm&sitestyle=lenovo&brandind=10&validate=true You can download the various drivers and then you click on and run the various driver files, they will then unzip and expand into a sub folder on C:\drivers Then install the various drivers from this folder (run the set-up file).
Intel® WiFi Products
Upgrade WiFi adapter driver on Windows Vista*
Use the following steps to update or upgrade the WiFi adapter driver on Microsoft* Windows Vista*. Note
If you need to automate the process, use the file named iProdifx.exe from the driver package.
Download the updated driver(s) from your computer manufacturer.
If your computer manufacturer does not provide the driver, you can download a generic version from Intel.
Click Control Panel.
Click System and Maintenance.
Click Device Manager.
Click the + symbol in front of Network adapters to expand the section.
Right-click the WiFi adapter
Click the Driver tab.
Click Update Driver.
Click Browse my computer for driver software.
Browse to the location where you saved the updated driver file(s) and then click Next.
Here is the correct driver install package, download the zip file to your desktop, then double click the zip file to get to the setup.exe file for the dlink adapter, first it may ask you if you want to remove the driver and all its components, say yes, go ahead remove all previous dlink drivers. Then, after the driver is gone(look in your program list to make sure its gone), doubleclick the exe file again to install the driver correctly, insert your usb adapter when prompted to. You are better off using this dlink adapter with an external base with a usb extension cable so you can mount in by your window(to catch the networks) I am using it right now (wua-2340), it comes in low, but with a fast download speed even fast enough to stream video or audio.
click on link below(if you can't, copy and paste the link into your IE or furefox, hit enter the driver date for vista and win xp is from 2008-
To make sure it's not a driver problem: Click Start>right click my computer>click Properties>click Hardware>click thr + next network adadtor. Right click on your wireless adapyor and click on uninstall. When it's done, move tou're pointer to the top where it says My Computer or the name if you gave it one. Right click on it, then click on scan for hardware changes. Your system should find the card and install it and tell you it's ready for use. If you need a driver here is a link: http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=WDA%2D2320#drivers
Also, with d-link there should be a little d on your task bar. Right click on that, click on show available networks and make sure it's connecter to youre. If this fixed your problem please rate it fixed. If not just add a comment and I'll be glad to help. Thanks.