When loading Wireless G Network Adaptor the Wizard comes up asking for cd disk but when disk is put into ocmputer it won't connect. If I go to my computer and click on dvd, the programme loads but sends error message saying it is incomptbile with windows. It is possible the disc being used which is appropriate for Wireless G Network Adaptor is not the actual one that came with this Wireless G Network Adaptor.
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The disk us usually not necessary. If you are using a series 2 TiVo you just plug this in to the back of the TiVo and it will recognize it. In the TiVo menu find Network Settings. If you select change network settings it will ask you to select your wireless router and ask for the password to your router if you are using one.
if you have the cd that came along with the adapter, you can install manually from that....Click advanced options in the found new hardware wizard and click next...click i ll chose the driver to install in the next page and select the hardware type as network adapters...click on have disk and locate the file rt73.inf or rt73.sys in cd...thats it
uninstall the linksys software / driver. reboot, plug-in the adapter,
when windows asks for the driver put in the linksys disk and let
windows find the driver. (Do not install the linksys Connect
software....). This will fix the issue.
With the power turned off, open the DVD Player, and
then open the top where you load the DVD into the player. Locate the
and notice that the laser is attached to a transport assembly that
moves the laser
diagonally outward in a slot. 1. Slide this assembly outward to the end
of its track. 2. Slide the assembly back inward to the closest inward
position. 3. Repeat the process of sliding the assembly outward and then
back inward.4. Put in a music CD and let it play all the way through.
This helps to calibrate the laser head assembly movement. When the
music CD is finished playing. 5. Put in a DVD, and you should have a
again This is a factory solution from Mintek that was given to a
customer who ask for help with the forever loading disc problems. This
solution may work on other models of portable DVD players. Most
portable DVD players use this type of transport mechanism. Try this
solution it might work for you.
on PC.... go to printer settings and set printer sharing to on and give it a name.
in network settings on both machines ensure they both have the same "Workgroup" name
then go into Network neighbourhood and press button for computer in my workgroup. you should find the PC listed there, double click on it and you should then be able to see the printer listed there, right click on printer and select install.. if asked for driver disk use to install drivers..