Question about D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G510 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
In our house we have 2 laptop and a desktop..and i use d link airplus adapter (PCI) in my desktop..but right now the adapter is unable to detect wireless networks..i tried uninstalling and reinstallling drivers..it detect hardware and device manager also say device is working properly..but still it cannot detect any wireless networks..is there any solution for this?
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
YUP I HAVE A ROUTER LINKSYS WAG2000...AND I BELEIVE ITS A NOT A PBLM WITH MY ROUTER..BCOS MY OTHER LAPTOPS CAN SEE MY NEIGHBOURS NETWORKS ALSO..BUT MY DESKTOP CANNOT EVEN SEE THAT...
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
You have not mentioned having a wireless router or access point to serve as the hub on an infrastructure network. I you have a router please let me know -- the instructions for the solution changes.
The following is an article to create an ad hoc network between wireless cards without a wireless access point or a router. If you ignore the steps about connecting to the internet with a wired connection and the internet sharing instructions. This will allow your machines with wireless adapters to communicate with each other (assuming the operate on a common band). The article goes on to indicate one machine with a wired connection can act as the "router" for the other two when it is on to allow them share internet access with the wired machine (the wired machine also needs a wireless card for this to work).
Ad-hoc networking access point
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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