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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 3COM Office Connect 3CRUSB10075
are you using windows xp? vista? 98?
I'll guess at xp.(and that you're using the windows software to connect)
Double click the wireless connection icon in the bottom right (the one that flickered when you're online.
Click 'view wireless connections'
click 'change the order of preferred networks'
Now select everything on the list and delete it apart from your own.
Now click 'advanced'
make sure 'automatically connect to non-prefurred networks' is NOT ticked.
Click close, then ok.
You should be ok now.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
According to manual. You are to install "Driver" first. Thus, turn your computer off. Remove Wireless card,rReboot, run Dlink supplied "Driver" while your wireless card is still out, complete the installation. Turn your computer off, install hardware, turn back computer on.
If this doesn't solove the problem, try allocating your computer near to router and try above step again.
Posted on May 21, 2008
SOURCE: broadcom wireless 802.11g driver
Unfortunately there are no drivers for XP for your Vista equipment. It was intentionally designed to only work in the vista environment. This is Microsoft's way of strong arming people to migrate to vista against their will! They threaten the hardware manufacturers to pull licensing rights if they release XP drivers for the new equipment. You can buy an external wifi adapter, but then you have to deal with a device hanging out the side of your laptop and using up one of your usb sockets. This is the only way to get around it for the time being. The hackers are slowly writing the drivers, but there are so many different versions of equipment odds are slim that they will ever write one for your exact wifi card. I will place you on my update list and contact you if/when I find the hacked driver for you. I'm keeping a data base of 100's of people going through your exact problem. Complain vigorously to microsoft through email and tell them how you feel about them forcing you to migrate to an operating system nobody wants or needs. If enough people do maybe they will get the picture and allow the hardware manufacturers to release XP drivers. I hope you found this helpful and informative. If you want to be on my update list send me an email to email@example.com and I will add you to my list, make sure to include your make and model laptop so I do not have to search through here for it,Thanks. As soon as I find a Verified driver that works with your system I will send you a link where you can download it from my personal server. Hope to hear from you soon,
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
Plz check ur signal strength first. Second u can check with configure ur wirless adapter properties with static speed (802.11b or 11Mbps).
u can check ur wireless adapter on ur bro's laptop, disable his WiFi button & connect his laptop through this wireless adapter to samsung modem.
If the problem remain same on ur bro's laptop then ur wireless adapter having some problem.
PLZ GIVE RATING BY YES or NO.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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