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I INSTALLED A NEW NETWORK ADAPTER D-LINK AND NOW. SHOWS VERY STRONG SIGNAL BUT ITS VERY SLOW TO COME UP OR TO CHANGE FROM 1 WINDOW TO ANOTHER.

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This is not the router. if its shows strong signal that means your router is up and running smoothly but when its ran throught your internet it failes to find a good access point. this can be fixed by calling your internet provider and seeing if thier systems are compatable to your router.

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Netgear WN111v2 Adapter disconnected


Is the Netgear Wi-Fi Management software installed on the computer? If it is, you may have a conflict between Window's built in Wi-Fi Manager and the Netgear Wi-Fi Manager. If it isn't, you may need to install it.
Assuming it isn't, there's links to download the software at the Netgear Global Download Center.

I would default to the most current version, if you're running Windows XP, you may need to install the v2.1, however, I would assume the v3.1 would be backward compatible with XP.
Install the software and follow the prompts that will guide you through the installation/setup.
Now, if the software is already installed, you need to find the program and configure it through that avenue. If that does not fix the issue, you should uninstall the Netgear software, remove the Wi-Fi adapter and reboot the computer. After it completely boots back up, you should either plug in the Wi-Fi adapter, let Windows recognize it and install the drivers, (they should still be in the system even after you uninstalled the software). Once Windows successfully locates and installs the drivers, reboot the computer again, (no need to remove the adapter). Once Windows completely loads again, open Start, Control Panel, and System. On the resulting window, click the hardware tab at the top then click the "Hardware Manager" button in the middle about 1/3 down the window. Click the "+" next to "Network Adapters" and verify that your WN111v2 is indeed installed.
Assuming it is at this point, close out everything but the Control Panel and open "Network Connections". Find the wireless adapter there, (may be listed as "wireless connection2" depending on how many times it's been installed). Right click on the wireless device and select "Show Available Wireless Networks"

I'm also uploading a video showing what needs to be done.
Establishing WiFi Access in WinXP

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How to Boost Wireless Adapter Signals


Right-click the "Network" icon in the Windows Notification Area at the bottom right of your desktop, then click the "Open Network and Sharing Center"option from the menu.Click the "Change Adapter Settings" link and right-click your "Wireless Network Connection" icon, then click the "Properties" option.Click the "Configure" button, then click the "Advanced" tab.Click the "Channel 802.11n/b/g" option from the menu, then type a new value between 1 and 11. Click the "OK" button to save the changes and close the dialog box. Update Wireless Adapter Driver Right-click the "Network" icon in the Windows Notification Area, then click the"Open Network and Sharing Center" option from the menu. Click the "Change Adapter Settings" link and right-click your "Wireless Network Connection" icon, then click the "Properties" option. Click the "Configure" button, then click the "Driver" tab.Click the "Update Driver" button, then click the "Search automatically for updated driver software" option. Windows automatically searches for and installs the latest driver for your wireless adapter.< Click the "OK" button on both dialog boxes to save the changes and close the window.Update Router's Firmware <li>Click the "Start" button, then click the "Computer" l Click the "Network" heading from the left pane, then double-click the"Internet Gateway Device" icon under the Other Devices section. Your default browser launches to the login page of the wireless router. Type the username and password, then click the "OK" button to log in. Click the "System" icon and then click the "Update" option. Click the "Yes"button when the wireless router configuration tool asks if you wish to search for the latest firmware on the Internet.out of the router's configuration utility boost-wireless-adapter-signals.

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Hello, I am trying to install my d-link 125 usb adapter. I had to download the windows 7 driver from the d-link website, and now I am trying to install it to my computer. When I try to run the driver...


Use the following steps to let Windows do the installation for you.

Step 1: Use an Ethernet cable and plug your computer directly to your Internet gateway. Make sure Internet is accessible.

Step 2: Place your new adapter in the proper slot or port.

Step 3: With your computer running, a bubble message will appear stating that this device was not installed successfully. Left click on the message.
But if the message no longer appears, skip to Device Manager Installation.
Step 4: On driver installation failure, you can change the setting to use Windows Update by clicking Change setting...
Step 5: Chose to allow Windows to update your driver when it is not found on you computer.
Step 6: Once the driver installs successfully, close the window.

Step 7: Click/Right Click on the Network Icon located on the system tray to View the Available Wireless Networks. Find your personal Network and double click to connect. It should request for a wireless key, which by now should have been set up.

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Netgear 111v3 usb linksys wireless router windows xp pro NG wizard shows all dots 90% + for signal strength, but cannot renew IP address so no internet


Do you have encryption enabled on your wireless router? There is a strong possibility that you have entered the wrong encryption key (network key) while connecting to the wireless network.

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Do I need two wireless network adapters? I looked in the device manager folder in network adapters and there are 2... Intel (R) Pro/1000 PL Network Connection #2 and Intel (R) Pro/wireless 3945ABG...


You should have only 1 wireless adapter, the other 1 is the ethernet adapter. If you experience low signal strength even after updating the drivers, you need to customize wireless settings on the router.
You need to change the wireless mode to "802.11b and 802.11g" or "802.11g", whatever you have in your router. If this is the same with all wireless networks, wherever you go, then its an issue with the adapter, you should get a replacement.

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My Linksys network adapter is very slow to connect


Ask them to review you connection speed to make sure your getting the speed you ordered. Linksys is usually pretty good. See if it's faster WITHOUT using the wireless (plug directly into the modem). If it is I can only think of two things... Ether you need to relocate your wireless modem to acheive a stronger signal OR if your signal is strong on your adapters end, you could always upgrade to a different wireless adapter that can handle faster conections.

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Don .bin is a firmware that can upload to the linksys router or any router.

So it seems that your unable to connect wirelessly using the linksys adapter? The Internet connection before is working properly?

*I might advise you to reinstall the driver of your wireless adapter using the latest driver that you can download in there support site.

- Check the Internet connection hardwired to the router if connection works it seems that problem is on the adapter.

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maybe you should try to purchase a better wireless adapter,like dlink dwa-110

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In order for me to deal with this query for you, could you tell me what brand and model it is the Laptop?

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