Question about Belkin F5D7000 802.11g/b (NWBLKF5D7000) Wireless Adapter
Suspect that AVG Antivirus removed a needed file or a virus did. Wireless Network connection in systray shows limited or no connectivity. Have been on phone with both Comcast cable as well as Belkin and tried multiple things, including removing the anitvirus program. Have removed card and re-installed software and card but still same problem. Also tried to restore computer to previous date but it would not restore and just hangs there. Any ideas?
Is the driver and adapter is installed properly?
It seems if your connected and saying limited or no connectivity.
Check this settings to your router:
Turn off the MAC filtering
Disable the wifi-protected setup
Try to change the channel of your router from 1, 6 or 11
Then check if you got the same problem as before?
Note: Try to use the updated driver of the adapter so that you can use the features that is been added to the software.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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