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I am trying to register and Wireless-G Notebook Adapter and I copied the address from an email I received from you and pasted it is the address line, but I didn't get to where I supposed to in order to register my adapter.

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You dont need to register this actually. Whats inportant is the receipt for RMA (warranty).

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Can you tell me where I can get a free driver, why should I have to pay.....apppreciate an answer tony jones Linskys driver wireless -g note book adapter WPC54G


The driver is free and is on this Cisco/Linksys link:

http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WPC54G


Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

Thanks, Joe

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We are trying to set up a wireless-g USB adapter to a notebook. We already have another computer hooked up to the netgear. The notebook does not have a CD rom drive so do we need to download it from the...


If you are using windows and it dosn't have a driver of some sort for the wireless dongle (USB adapter), then you will have to hook up the computer directly with a "Wired" network connection, (Perhaps using the connection from the other computer), to download a driver.

If Windows does have the driver and it's working. Go to your Network Connections folder, and into the Properties of the Wireless Connetion and set it to use, "Windows Zero Configuration Tool" to manage this connection; as opposed to a wireless management tool included with the device.

An option should be around there that allows you to "View Available Wireless Networks". Take that option and look for your Router's SSID, or name. It should be the one with the strongest signal.
Double click it, or select Connect.

You will need the security settings here.
Enter it if you know what it is.
Copy them from the other computer's advanced wireless network settings, or if the other computer is a Wired Network computer, then browse with the Internet browser to it's network connections "Default Gateway" address, Usually 192.168.x.x where the x's are 0 or 1.

Get the Default gateway by opening a Command Window, (Command Prompt / DOS prompt) and typing:

ipconfig /all

This will list the network connecitons IP addresses, and Default Gateways.

Once in the Default Gateway on the Web Browser, log in and look for the Wireless security settings.
Get the Key listed there, and use that on the notebook wireless conneciton.

Hope this helps,
Cheers.

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My Wireless-G Notebook Adapter will not connect to the Internet


If you go to the control panel in the start menu, check the network connections. It may be a LAN connection or another wireless connection that is not connected. You can disable them by right clicking on them. If you are able to get on the internet then you are ok. Let me know. Please give good rating...

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MN-520 wireless adapter will not connect.


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Please paste the following link into your browser's address bar and run the setup after unzipping the file downloaded and watch how all your problems vanish!

ftp://ftp.dlink.co.uk/wireless/dwl-g630/DWL-G630_driver_v5.11.zip

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Linksys adapter won't properly connect


Usually the limited or no connectivity is displayed under the following circumstances:

  1. The router and wireless adapter are too far apart.
  2. The network key (ex. wep, wpa, etc) your inputting on the computer is incorrect.
  3. The computer is obtaining the wrong IP address.
Judging by the fact that you already have had a computer connecting to the wireless network , I would assume your problem is going to be related to number 3. To make sure, I would first make sure that the wireless router is giving off a higher signal strength then 1-2 bars in the wireless network box in XP.

To confirm that it is correctly receiving an IP address I would change the connection to DHCP, which means the router assigns an IP address to the computer automaticlly. Here aree the instructions to do so....
  • Double click on the icon for the wireless network on the bottom right corner
  • When the box opens , click "Properties"
  • On the next box , double click on the line that says "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)"
  • Next click on the radio button that says "Obtain an IP address automaticlly (DHCP)"
  • Then click on the radio button that says "Obtain DNS server address automaticlly"
  • Now try connecting to the wireless network, that shoud fix you up.
Also if that does not work , you can try this YouTube video which is great refrence for fixing a connection. Best of luck!

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Drivers Required


http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/result.jsp?selected=5&sort=effdt&sku=3C980C-TXM&order=desc cut copy and paste this address in the address bar or your browser, you would find the link to download drivers for win 2000, and the file name is 3c98xx3.exe ,

regards
Timid

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