Question about Buffalo Technology Buffalo AirStation Broadband Router AP Wireless (WBR-G54)
Router works fine but when I install the buffalo client manager on dell it wont find the adaptor for the wireless card
I have just had exactally the same problem,
Right, what you need to do is, go to "help & support" for the start menu, when that has loaded search device manager.
Then click on the first [yellow] question mark you see under "network adaptors". The it will come up as, a property box, then click re-install driver, during the process of re-installing a box will appear, like mine did as we both have the same computer/laptop,saying something like; "window's dose not support this" there are 2 options continue installation or stop, click continue & then go to client manager and see wether your wireless card been picked up, if that failed try clicking other question marks & re-installing then. It may be related.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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