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Re: marvell 88w8335 rev A2 driver
Try to uninstall the driver of the wireless adapter to the computer.
Install the latest driver of the adapter first before installing the adapter.
Check the lights of the adapter (if red not connected, if green it means that the adapter is communicating, however if there's no lights on the adapter it is a compatibility issue or the card is not working properly)
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Here is the site for the driver. http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DWL-G510&rev=DWL-G510
Dlink does not have a configuration utility for this device, so it may be that there was not one offered. Instead you can use the zero configuration utility with Windows XP.
It also states that this device has been discontinued; the driver is the 1st release driver and has not been updated.
select the DWL-G510 driver to download it, or if you have the h/w rev.2 click the FAQ and select the option for a missing "wlanapi.dll" file. There is an updated driver for this revision on the link to that FAQ resolution. For ease of use it is here: http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DWL-G510&rev=DWL-G510_revB
You aren't very descriptive. Either way. I'm assuming when you say Setup, you are referring to the driver installation setup. Delete/uninstall the driver. Unplug the adapter. Now, start the setup. When the installation goes along, eventually it'll ask for you to insert the card, thats when you insert it. It should then work, if you finish the setup.
If thats not the issue. Heres a possibility. You are running windows Vista, or running Windows Vista 64 bit, or maybe XP 64 bit. Either way, you are likely using a 32 bit driver, on a 64 bit machine. Or vise versa. If not then you could be using a vista driver on an XP machine and the XP machine doesn't know what to do with it. I suggest going to dlinks website. There are 3 versions of this wireless card, and that also could be the issue.
The first one they released is here http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DWL-G630 and that only has drivers for XP and 2000.
http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DWL-G630_revB rev B. Also only XP and 2000.
http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DWL-G630_revC rev C. also again XP and 2000 BUT includes a Vista 32 bit driver.
I hope i helped. Not bad for free...
us.acer.com go to service, driver download, select your model, under that above the driver list, change OS from Vista to XP Pro x32, and download the LAN driver. That is your ethernet controller drivers. Since ethernet is your network controller, I'm assuming you need your wireless NIC controller aswell, it will be listed under Wireless LAN. If you don't know/remember the make, download all of them and try each one til one works.
Hi there, these cards can be alittle tricky to setup sometimes. firstly are you using the drivers on the cd that came with the product, or have you downloaded new ones from belkin? The reason i ask this is because there are many differnt models of the same card and the drivers have to be a perfect match. If you are using the original drivers then i would recommend removing the card, uninstalling the drivers and rebooting. then start the installation process again and remember DO NOT insert the card before you install the drivers as this can cause installation problems also.... hope this helps..
Two possibilites here
1. the driver CD is corrupt , though belkin is a plug n play adapter, there is no need to install the cd
2. Since you getting an excalmation suggests , windows recoganises the new hardware but fails to install.
The best option is either change the manufacturer of the adapter or reinstall windows , it should fix your problem
2. Run the self-extracting Zip file to uncompress the driver files
3. Under driver\inf\Vista...\32BITS there is a file called "netmw13b".
Copy this file to c:\windows\system32\drivers, overwriting the file
that is currently there
4. Reboot Vista
There. Four easy steps. Someone please give this a try and let us know whether it's really that simple.
32 bit Vista SP1 will install a May '07 driver which will not allow
more than 2Gb RAM .Run InvokeSetup after extracting and v. 22.214.171.124 of
the driver will be installed. After doing this I added 2GB more RAM
(4GB total) and everything works.