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Trying to install wireless g starter kit DKT-110 using cd rom. keeps telling me internet cable not connected when it is.

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Re: Trying to install wireless g starter kit DKT-110...

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Do you have a router for your system? You have to hook up things in a certain order.
Here is a link for a video that will show you all the parts and how they should be hooked up. It is very easy to get one thing connected in the wrong way.

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Re: Trying to install wireless g starter kit DKT-110...

Check that you have connected your wireless modem as instructed before installing via CD.

ie: The ethernet should connect to your PC, your ISP cable to your WAN or Phone cable to the WAN if you are using ASDL.

Then use the Starter Kit CD.

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Re: Trying to install wireless g starter kit DKT-110...

You may have more than one connection. like a 1394 connection.
Look in network settings for multiple connections.

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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I have mainboard Amptron ZX-I945LM4,but i can't install any varsions of windows xp.i try change settings in bios,jumpers,but still same.tahnkl you for help

try to delete all of your partitions.
Then boot from cd the bootable setup disk of windows xp.
try a working setup disk.

1. if you still cant install windows xp,try to make a new partition and add all the contents of the setup disk into that partition. boot from cd and you will be able to go to setup screen.

Pm me if problem persists.
:) thank you

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can you a little bit describe what other device that you are using. maybe access point. Are you using an access point?, or switch?

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