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Can't install my netgear wireless usb III drive, software will install but will not run so I can install the device.

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If you restart your pc
it might install

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I install the software from the disk after i install thew usb drive it keeps saying need to install usb adapter


click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to network adapters you might see a yellow question ? exclamation ! mark or a red X
the driver will need to be updated right click to update driver
if you dont have the disk with the driver you will need to download one
http://download.cnet.com/netgear-wg311v3-802-11g/3000-2112_4-78104.html
hope this helps you

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I just bought the NetGear wireless adapter today. the process runs smoothly until it asks me to hook the wireless adapter. A box pops up stating "detecting wireless adapter" it stays like that...


It looks like your NetGear WNA3100 is dead out of the box.
The software looks like it operating correctly (runs the installed diag, tries to detect, etc.), but
the software isn't having any luck finding the hardware.
The reason that the adapter is disabled in Device Management, is that the software seems
to have correctly installed the driver, but Windows couldn't detect (plug & play) the device, so
Windows didn't enable the device driver - Windows won't load a driver for a non-existent device.
Other (remote) possibilities:
(a) Wi-Fi adapter plugged into a bad USB port. - try another port.
(b) there's a little corrosion on USB contacts of USB port or WNA3100. Try plugging adapter
in and out of the port a few times (this shines up the contacts a bit).
(c) there's a slight misalignment of contacts within the USB connector or either the laptop, or
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Your fix may be returning the NetGear WNA3100 to the retailer for an exchange.

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How do you istall software for a netgear wireless adapter n300 without source cd


Get a usb flash drive and go to the library or a computer hooked to the Internet, and download the installation software from the Netgear site.Then plug that usb flash drive into the computer and install the netgear wireless adapter.

Good luck on this.

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Have wireless usb adapter netgear wg11v2. I think


Go to netgear.com site download the driver (if you don't already have it) for your system and device. Install driver and software before you hook ujp device then plug in when it tells you to.

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I have a netgear wireless USB 2.0 and i am trying to get it connected. When I try to install the software for it, it says my computer is not compatable with the software? How do I fix this? I am running...


Hi,
My advice is install this netgear software in Windows XP Operating System . so you try to convert your PC to win XP, then install this software. You will able to access the wireless connection

Thanks

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I would take the dynex back to the store.
I have dynex and a brand new netgear router.Netgear is awesome!
Wife has netgear and hers is working fine and she is running vista!
Im running dynex and nothing but problems so easy fix is replace with netgear.
Goodluck
kingelviss

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Hey there Kjantzi, I have found the site for Netgear, and as I read it the update is one of the options but the drivers and firmware are there as well. Check here:
http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WG111T.asp
Choose the version for your OS on the left, and it gives you detailed instructions, including the update process, if needed. If you still have problems let me know. Good Luck!

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This is a driver problem, it may be windows generic driver that has installed; so if you have already installed the software, uninstall it and remove the adapter. Restart the pc, then insert the cd driver, but don't let it autorun, then re connect adapter and this time when it asks for the driver point windows to look on the cdrom for it instead of allowing the cd to run the installation.

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