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Hello. By accessing THIS link you will be able to download the driver for your DWL-G520.It is available for the following operating systems: Windows XP, ME, 2000 and 98. Enter the code shown, download and save the file to your computer. Run and install it properly.
You can also try downloading THIS driver for other operating systems.
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The card could be bad. I've found over the years that most of these desktop wireless cards work best when the software is installed before the card is installed. Meaning uninstall all the software. Turn off the machine. Remove the wireless card. Turn back on the machine. Install the software. Once installed, shut down the machine. Install the card. Turn back on the machine and lets Windows find the card and the software.
Mark, If you cannot install the software you can use the windows wireless software.To activate windows wireless software you have to click on Start - Run - type services.msc and click ok it will open windows services you need to find an entry called wireless zero configuration and click on start .. this should solve the problem
Code 10 means DRIVERS COULD NOT BE INSTALLED. Try installing the drivers manually.
Do this if pc is XP.
1.Keep the wireless adapter connected to the pc
2:Go to control panel, add/remove programs. Remove the wireless adapter software
3:Restart the computer, when the found new hardware wizard shows up click on it, click NO NOT THIS TIME, then select install from a list of specific location. On the next page Click on DON'T SEARCH, I WILL CHOOSE THE DRIVERS TO INSTALL.
4.HIGHLIGHT NETWORK ADAPTERS on the hardware type, the CLICK HAVE DISC
5.Click BROWSE to set the location of your drivers
6.Open the driver folder, then the pc should copy the files.
It turns out the BWI 715 is the same as the D-Link 520 Rev B.
Select that as the driver and it'll work.. D-link even has Vista support so you might be able to get it to work in Vista.
They share the same FCC ID KA22003070025-1 Which means they are identical in every way.