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Wireless card not recognized

I have installed a wireless card called "wireless G notebook Adapter" to my pc. However, the bus slot does not recognize the adapter. This device worked properly before. It is even recognized by other pcs without installing the necessary software. Could you help me to solve this problem?

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  • kiki_wiki Apr 27, 2008

    The updating my drivers does not fix the problem. It seems like the problem with my computer is that it does not recognize the wireless card. Other pcs do recognize it instantly when it is plugged in and states, " new device found." However, my pc does not recognize it now. Do you know if my setting for my bus slot is incorrect or is my bus slot broken?

  • kiki_wiki Apr 28, 2008

    my pc is gateway and it is windows xp. The wireless card is Linksys and it is called Wireless-G nontebook adapter with SPX.

  • kiki_wiki Apr 29, 2008

    I have the lastest driver installed for the wireless adapter. The same problem still persists. I still think it is the bus port problem with recognizing the adapter though.

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Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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    Jocelyn Viau Apr 27, 2008

    What is the brand and model of your PC?



    What is the exact brand and model of your Wireless card?

  • Jocelyn Viau
    Jocelyn Viau Apr 28, 2008

    Is THIS your adapter?



    If so, you will find the latest driver HERE. Forget about the Intel driver I suggested you earlier, I had gone by what I read in the title of your problem.



    If your bought your PC in 2005 or later, it should have no problem detecting the card. All that is left is to install the right driver.

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