Question about Hawking (WU120) Wireless Adapter
I have a WU120 wireless adapter and the driver from the website, and my computer still says i do not have the driver, any way i can fix this?
Put your driver file into your programs file after creating a folder.
Double Click on "My Computer"...right click on "Open" ...Right click on Program Files...Put the folder with the files in the "Program Files".
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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