Question about NetGear WG111T 802.11g/b (E82321) Wireless Adapter
Hi - Well, I do have one thing for you look for -
what type of network access are you trying to set up?
I'd just reinstall the software again (don't worry about the uninstall yet) and say okay if it asks if it can overwrite the files.
With the type of card you are mentioning, you are probably going to have to set it up to access as WEP (instead of WPA's). That was what was wrong when we installed one of these two weeks ago. I was trying to connect to the WPA-personal that I'd set up the router to and already had one computer set up for. I had to change the entire network setup (including router) to WEP to accommodate the new connection! (And WEP is slower than WPA's.)
I hope that is the only problem for you.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
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