Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
I have bought last year an wireless dlink router kit with USB wireless receiver stick included. I have easily configured it and it works perfectly.
My laptop, with included wireless card conects ok, but the other computer that I have at home connects only via cable from the router.
If I insert the receiver stick it doesn't sense the conection. Sometimes it connected, but only for a short time. The stick seems to be active (leds working) and I have installed the configuration program for it. Please tell me what to do with it...
I've run into this issue with USB wireless network cards from DLink, Linksys, and Netgear. For me, the issue was with the USB ports on the PC and not having enough power for the device, the connection would stay live for a random amount of time and then all of a sudden it would die (same thing would happen when resuming from hibernation or standby). I added a PCI card with a powered USB hub in it and it solved my problem.
Hope this info helps!
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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