Question about 2wire (1000-100052-000) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
I have this same exact problem as this person below:
"When the screen came up that asked for my SN and key I used the same ones that had worked before. It told me that it couldn't connect, possibly due to a bad key. I retyped it several times till it took me straight to the 2wire wireless manager which said that it could not detect the card. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it with no success. There is also a program in add/remove programs called "2Wire Wireless LAN USB Driver" that tries to get me to reinstall the manager when I click "remove", that I cannot seem to get rid of. I've searched on the internet and found people with the same problem but no solutions. When I try using the hardware wizard on windows XP, it just says that it cannot find the right software. Plus, whenever I uninstall (then reboot) then try to reinstall, the menu from the 2wire CD asks me if I'm sure I want to UNINSTALL the wireless manager before taking me to the install screen."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2wire wireless adaptors
I have installed 2 2wire adapters with no problem. When using config software utility, don't select gateway (if using only adapter), then continue until sets up. No serial # required unless using a gateway, which is not needed to connect to wireless.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
You can download the drivers from the link below:
You can either save it or just open the file to run it on your computer.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
*Heres the thing youre doing the right thing install the driver, make sure that you remove the the 2wire wireless manager in the add/remove program and leave the 2Wire Wireless LAN USB driver
*To connect your computer to the 2WIRE router make sure you know your SSID or the network name and the network key, if you call the AT&T Uverse tech support they will ask you to configure the wireles network key to your phone number
*The default SSID is 2wire and the last 3 digits of the serial number of your Router and the Default Netowrk key is located @ the bottom of the router theres a sticker and it is under S/N
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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