Question about NetGear WG311T 802.11g/b (wg311tge) Wireless Adapter

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Nothing! After getting the wg311t i installed it and put the card in. But, when i click on the icon to start it the computor thinks for 5 secounds and then nothing happens. its not detected in the device manager and the lights are not on on the card. any ideas?

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Have you loaded the cd that came with the wg311t-if you have try unplugging the wg311t-load the cd-rom again the plug in th wg11t again.

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Was this card bought brand new? Make sure the card is seated properly in the slot and look for the lights to flash when you first start the PC. If that doesn't work, try switching the card to a different slot and restarting to see if the computer detects it on it's own afterwards. If nothing still appears, you may have bought a faulty card.

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