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You only need the software to install a router if you are connected to it via a USB cable, otherwise you just need the network key (if there is any) to connect to it wireless or just plug in an Ethernet cable directly.
You can always go to the manufacturer's website to download the software.
Remove the Linksys Adapter and un-install the Linksys Software from
Programs menu...To re-install the Drivers insert the Linksys Setup CD
into your CD-ROM drive, When the Welcome screen appears click Exit,
connect your USB adapter now...When the Hardware Update Wizard window
appears, click Install the software automatically (Recommended) then
click Next...Click Finish when the installation is complete...
The Hardware Installation screen may appear indicating that the Adapter
has not passed Windows Logo testing. Ignore the window and click
Continue Anyway to proceed with the installation since the Adapter has
been tested and found to work with Windows XP.When Windows has finished
installing the driver, click Finish.
Click on Start and goto
Control Panel and double click on Network Connections...Right click on
Wireless Network Connection and select View Available Wireless
Networks"- If you see your wireless network in the list, highlight it
by 'single' clicking on it- Now click on the 'Connect' button below- If
your wireless network is secured, it would ask you to provide the
network key- Provide the wireless network key and confirm it again in
the confirmation box and click "Connect".It should work...
From Belkin's Support web site:
Windows 7 Product Support Information
Windows 7 users: If you are using an older Belkin Networking product, you may not have support for Windows 7 with your current software. Please visit your product specific support site to check for updated Windows 7-compatible software for your product. Software updates will be posted as they become available. Please check back if your product is not currently supported. Some updates may still be in the process of going through Microsoft’s official certification program. Although they have been thoroughly tested, they may present a warning message when the driver is being installed. These drivers will install on 32 bit operating systems but not on 64 bit systems, which is the normal and expected behavior.
To use AT&T Uverse for a home network, you need to get the AT&T "Homeview" Network Management software. AT&T provided this software in the past freely.
This software must be run on each PC on your home network, and then each PC can see the others. You then use go to My Computer, select each disk drive you want to share, right-click and select Sharing and Security, and select to share the drive. Then go on the drive to the folders you want to share and right-click and set them to be shared. Then the Homeview system will show these are shared folders. You can also share printers on the same network using the Homeview software.
The problem tat u r facing is tat after the format the drivers of your wireless card is missing.u need to know the name and the brand of the wireless card u r using,,and install the drivers again,,u might have a cd called resource cd from ur computer manufacturer,,that contains the drivers,,or u can call up tec suppoort of your manufacturer to know the name of the wireless card and how to download the drivers from the net,,best of luckk,a good rating plz
There is a port, Memory range, or IRQ conflict between the two units (printer and network adapter. You need to go to: Control Panel>System Maintenance>System>Device Manager check the 2 parts you are having trouble with, they might be in the "?" area. You can also delete the network adapter here and that might fix your printer problem, if not you will have to delete and re-install the printer. It is possible that these 2 units will not work together. If you do re-install the network adapter try to do it with the advanced options so you can change to parameters.
You have to make sure you go to Control Panel/Printers, right click on the printer in the list and click 'Properties' - go to the sharing tab, select 'Share this printer', give it a name, and click OK. Then go to Printers on each of the laptops, select 'Add a printer', then 'Network printer', then 'Browse for printers'. You should be able to see the printer. If all the computers use the same operating system, you're good, otherwise, when you first share the printer, you may want to install additional drivers from the cd to support the different operating systems - alternately, you'll have to install the drivers for the printer on each computer.
I think that there is some corruption in the operating system for the operating files that work with the wireless network.
What I would suggest is to back up the user files, and reformat the disk. Then re-install and set everything up from scratch.
Once you get everything up and running again, invest in a second drive and a copy of a good system imaging software. Once you have everything working well, start doing image backups. This way, if something goes wrong, you can get the system up and running again from the backup. Over the long run, this will save many hours of grief, and loss of time and money to have someone come in and do fixes all the time!