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How can i get my wireless rooter to work

Hey can i get my wireless rooter to work without stalling cards in the usb port

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Wireless cards come in many different forms: external USB devices, internal PCI Cards desktops, external PC (PCMCIA) Cards for laptops, and internal mini PCI cards for laptops.

What type of computer are wanting to make work with your wireless router? Laptop or PC?

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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My Adapter i no longer picking up my wireless router, it doesnt light up at all when its plugged in to the usb port either


Hey!
It seems like the driver/software of the adapter got corrupted, or that the adapter itself is corrupted/mulfunctioning!
First, unplug the adapter; completely uninstall, restart then reinstall the software; then plug it in again, preferably using a different USB port.

If it still doesn't work, replace the adapter!

Best regards,
Pelu.

Nov 05, 2010 | NetGear : WG111 54 Mbps Wireless USB 2.0...

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on Jan 18, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Need to find wireless card for Toshiba Satellite A15-S127 laptop


Just get a wireless network adapter and plug it into your USB port...any newer makes will do:)..D-link...so on

Apr 13, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A15-S127 Notebook

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Is there a port for a wireless card? if not what can i do to make wireless


In order to make your desktop wireless, you will need to buy a wireless card for your computer. The wireless cards are available for PCI and USB ports for desktops in addition to PCMCIA ports for Laptopts in the market. I'd recommend to use a USB one and the PCI wireless card need to be connected to your motherboard whereas the USB one can be connected to any free USB port and you can easily plugin and plugout the same without having to open up the computer.

Oct 31, 2009 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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Will a wireless ethernet adapter (USB WIRELESS 54 G NETWORK ETHERNET ADAPTER 54G G WiFi) work with my wireless Linksys 2.4 Ghz router? And also it will be connected to an old Gateway 700mhz Windows 98se...


The OS would be the only problem. You would have to make sure the computer had USB 2.0 ports and that the OEM of the network adapter has a driver for Windows 98.

Without the driver it won't work at all, without the USB 2.0 ports it might work but it won't perform nearly as well as it could.

Sep 26, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Usb ports quit working on my hp netbook 1151nr mini


Recheck bios and verify usb ports are turned on.not sure how?just let me know ican walk you through this.RICHARDM69

Aug 24, 2009 | HP Mini Notebook

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Going from USB to PC card


It may not be compatible with either software version or it's possible the version of "driver installer" is only compatible with the USB, If you'd go into device manager on your PC and make sure you see drivers for the modem,network adapter,ports and usbs for the 860 you should be able to set up a dial up connection. This will help you do that. https://www.wireless.att.com/support/tutorials.do?tutorialPage=page2&universe=att&deviceId=8330&tutorialsCategory=Connection+Methods You also may want to take a look at this article https://www.wireless.att.com/support/tutorials.do?tutorialPage=page2&universe=att&deviceId=8330&tutorialsCategory=Getting+Started&tutorialId=214910

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USB ports


Hey ****, Depending on your computer model and hardware configuration, you may be able to add an internal USB card to your computer that could provide you with one or more USB ports. These cards typically can range in price anywhere from $10.00 to $30.00, but more expensive models may exist that offer additional features. If you're not quite sure how to install one of these cards (or are unsure if your computer can support one), remember that you can always speak with a sales associate at your local Best Buy™ store for more information. Geek Squad® agents should be able to provide you with a number of recommendations based on your computer's current specifications, as well as installation services if desired. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.

Jun 30, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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My belkin light is on but the internet connection to my laptop keeps breaking up consistently


This sounds like it is probably the networking cables as your PC is directly connected so shouldnt have problems with net access. Get new cables as a first step :0)

Jun 07, 2008 | Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)

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I can not get on line


When you plug in the network cable, ensure it is plugged in correctly to the network card and into one of the router's ports at the other end. The LINK light should light up at either end (computer end and a tthe router) and flash when data is being sent or received. Then on your computer, (for Win2000/XP) go t Start, Settings, Network connections, "Local Area connection" for your card, then click on "Properties" then scroll and double click ''internet protocol' then select obtain ip address automatically. this will assign your computer with an ip address given from the adsl modem. all other settings will then assign automatically as well which should give you access to the internet thereafter. What you could also try is from one of your working wireless computers / laptop, see what IP address and gateway addresses have been assigned by the DHCP host (automatic IP address assigner), to helpyou work out where the address is coming from, it should be coming from the adsl modem. check your address by going to Start, settings, network connections, local area connection, then click on the support tab.

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