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Can't get it to work

I have my main computer that is connected to the internet through my cable company. I bought the dynex wireless g usb network adapter so that my daughter could connect in her room. It's not working and right now I'm really confused. My cable company installed a netgear router and that is what my main internet comes through on. Now when I hook this up, I install the cd on her computer right? That is what I did. everything looks like it installed right and the computer detected the wireless card when I plugged it in, I just can't get hers to connect to the internet

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  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    You mentioned, "Now when I hook this up, I install the cd on her computer right?" My question is if you installed software from the Netgear CD or if you installed software from the DynexCD?

    The wireless adapter has to be configured to locate and use your wireless connection. This can be a time consuming process depending on if the connection is encrypted or if it is broadcasting a signal which your adapter can't decode. I'll definitely try to help you get it working, but it won't be a quick process.

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I had the wireless working with dynex card before the virus hit the computer. The virus is fixed, but the internet does not work.

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  • Joan Landon Feb 07, 2010

    What did you do to fix it?

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