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Unable to Locate Driver for 2Wire USB Wireless Adapter 802.11g

I cannot load or view any promising links or program i find to access the driver for this device. I am on an ethernet connection currently but i am looking to test this device i received from our company. i do not have the cd and cannot ask for one. i can game and surf the web normally with the exclusion of sites pertaining to this problem. the Error i receive is: a failure to contact server, page load error, frozen download status's, and occasionally it freezes my browser. I use Firefox primarily but attempted to sue IE to access the page to test the problem and received the same results. I have attempted to ping the host site of a previous answer to this problem on another persons post(cnet.com) and are unable to connect. thank you for your time and i hope you can solve my dilemma

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  • m_lofgren Jun 26, 2009

    hey thank you for the help there i was able to load and use the site you provided! but now im encountering another problem with it failing to autoconnect to my gateway would you know a solution?

  • m_lofgren Jun 26, 2009

    i was able to bypass the config setup and directly connect to my wan thank you again for the help! cheers!

  • m_lofgren Jun 27, 2009

    on vista i had to do a little security fiddling to get around the blocks and other bull in this OS but i managed to connect directly to the router without installing the extra software so i saved spaced and now have a very stable connection : ) ty for your help



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Heres the drivers i found for my own 2 wire usb wifi thinggy, thay work very well on xp and win2k i think it works on vista but i dont own vistta. i dl this files a while ago and saved them on my HD so i dont remeber ware i got them, but i uploeaded them to rapidshare so others can find them as well. heres the link

http://rapidshare.com/files/242493363/2wire_usbdrivers__allwindows_.exe

feal free to scan them with any and all virus software you have.
hope it helps

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2009

    ya know the 2 wire system try thing? on your start bar, one that pops up to let you know theres area connections around. right click on it and use windows zero config to operate it and from there on windows should auto connect to it the hot spots up after you pick it from the list thats available =)

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SOURCE: how do i install my 2wire 802 11g usb wireless

The Link im giving is for WIn 98,2000,XP etc and Vista.
Both Version of 2wire 802.11g USB Wireless Adapter Drivers are Here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgGovtiQp3g
Video Explains,Links you and comes with Installation Pdf manual.
Take care

Posted on May 25, 2010

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