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DWL-132 D-Link Wireless Adaptor


I have a similiar problem with the DWL-122 but what happens that my system crashes. It give you the blue screen with an error message. Your system basically shuts down. One thing is that I have excellent connection. The main error is the AGA5U.SYS.
Any idea on how to resolve this issue.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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Re: DWL-132 D-Link Wireless Adaptor

Thats actually a fairly common error with wireles usb adaptors across brands. Just go to the d-link website and get new drivers.
Here's a website describing other d-link usb adaptors with the same problem.
If the new drivers don't help you may need to get a new adaptor.

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Hi Terry_platt,

No that adapter isn't firewalled. It's strickly a wireless connection, depending on your OS, Windows is firewalled, or at least you can turn it on in the control panel.

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Ibought a ner desktop w/windows7 & it can't read the DWL-122. I hooked the old computer & down loaded the updates but can't get it to update. what next?

According to the D-link website, the DWL-122 (with wireless B) was discontinued in 2007. The only operating systems it is supported on are XP and earlier.

Click on "Specifications" when you go to the link and you'll see.

The good news is they're relatively cheap to get these days. I'm sure you can find one that works with Win7 at Best Buy or a computer store near you.

Sorry! Hope this was helpful at least!

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Nned the driver for a usb d-link dwl-122 and I can´t find it? help?please

On the right side click on DRIVERS.

and your good to go!

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Found DWL G122 Driver



you got your driver just download it and installed it

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Dwl 121 driver

D-Link for some reason does not provide a driver for the DWL 121. Options are buying another model or you can try this:

1) Download the DWL-122 driver from this page.
2) unzip it into a folder, say c:/tmp
3) open up c:/tmp/Drivers/WinXP/NETPRISM.INF in a text editor, such as Notepad.
4) Do a global replace of the string "VID_2001&PID_3700" with "VID_09AA&PID_3642"
5) If you're really anal, you can also replace "DWL-122" with "DWL-121," but this is entirely optional, since it only affects the name of the device as XP displays it.
6) plug in the DWL-121 and when the Hardware Update Wizard comes up, select Install from a list or specific location.
7) on the next screen, select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install.
8) on the next screen, click the Have Disk button, and enter the path to the modified INF file, e.g. c:/tmp/Drivers/WinXP and click Next

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Hi Atta,
The memory dump is not actually a error. It is the system making a log of the what is in the memory, at the time of a crash. The actual error was caused by something else. That DLink series of wireless adapter card, and thier drivers, seem to be very problematic. I found a lot of complaints, like this one, about them.

Any driver or device consistantly using 90% of your CPU is a bad investment. I am not a Dlink hater, since I use two Dlink routers.

You can go here, and get the most recent drivers for that adaper, and see if they help.

If the situation continues, and Dlink doesn't put out a fix, you might want to switch to a different brand. One other "fix" I have seen work on several problematic devices like this, is to disable the Dlink Wireless software, just keep the drivers, and use the Windows Wifi interface to control the wireless.

Good luck.

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