I reformat my system, along the line i lost the device driver and now i need to reinstall it back so that , i will be able to connect to the network in my work place. The device is LINK SYS pci adapte
I reformat my system, along the line i lost the device driver and now i need to reinstall it back so that , i will be able to connect to the network in my work place.
The device is LINK SYS pci adapter wireless G 2.4 802.11g. Model number is wmp54g. just need a site where i can get the device driver.
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Visit driverguide.com. Register yourself, its free. Them look for device driver like I reached tjis link(checkout the last entry) http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=dosearch&qa5=12&qa6=456&dp=3&sm=b&jmd=and&fzz=b&si=48c99980a32c776a0618783e18119675&st=1240401536&gqm0=LINK+SYS+pci+adapter+wireless+G+2.4&sa=1 This site has allthe drivers and if you install their driver guide, it will tell which drivers are missing or needs to be updated and will do so itself after your confirmation.....sodeep
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After you reinstalled, you lost the drivers necessary for audio and network. Visit this website, and reinstall the according drivers after selecting the windows xp operating system. http://driverscollection.com/?H=SY-P4VGA&By=SOYO
to connect to a wireless network you need to have the WEP or WPA key that depends on your router.
if you don't have any kind of key or passcode needed to connect maybe you don't have the drivers for your Wireless/Wifi Adapter. After reformatting your computer you must reinstall all of your device drivers so that you can use all of your devices.
If you reformatted the HD, you lost your operating system. Once you reinstalled the operating system, you now need to use the Dell Resource CD to reinstall the drivers. Look at your device driver and you will see several item not operating properly after an operating system installation. They need their Dell drivers.
If i understand the issue correctly. You reinstalled the windows on your computer and the system is not connecting to the network . Most likely reason is you need to reinstall the network driver for the internet .
Did you reinstall from the Toshiba-supplied "System Recovery" CD-ROM, or from some other "retail" Windows XP CD-ROM ?
The Toshiba CD-ROM contains the device-driver.
Toshiba's web-site also contains the device-driver,
for use in a situation like yours.
Within Device Manager, look at the "Unknown Devices" branch.
Expand that branch, then double-click on the '?' device,
and choose "reinstall driver", and allow Windows to connect,
via Ethernet cable connected to a router, or to a cable-modem, or to an ADSL-modem, to the Internet to find and download the correct driver.
Usually when my computer decides to act up like this (most often it refuses to connect to my school network, even though my other laptops connect perfectly at the same time), I simply go to the device manager and tell it to uninstall then reinstall my drivers. I know this might be tedious, but it usually works for me.
Also, yes, I too wonder why I bring multiple laptops to school, but I suppose I'm a geek like that. Ha ha.
Oh, and just in case you didn't already know, to do what I said, a. right click my computer b. go to properties c. click hardware d. click device manager e. go to network adapters f. right click the one that says something along the lines of "wireless card" or WLAN g. go to uninstall h. exit device manager i. go back to device manager j. right click the device you just uninstalled (it should have a yellow ! next to it) k. click reinstall/update drivers l. Success m. Rate me with 4 stars. ha ha
You need first to check if the wireless adapter is installed properly, Ricght click My computer>Properties>Hardware tab>Device manager>look for network adapter and check if the wireless adapter is listed if its there right click on it and go to properties and check the device status..
If the adapter is not showing under network adapter look for anything that says Unknown or other device and you that's where you can find a improper installed device you just need to install the driver for that.