Installed the WPSM54G following the instructions but when the installation wizard searches for it in the network doesn't locate it after a long time. both pc and WPSM54G are in the same LAN of a Cisco 831 router and I can see the broadcasts coming out from the wizard and ethernet LEDs of the PS shwos traffic but the wizard does not locate any device I tried many tests: without the router through a direct ethernet cable, another PC, etc. Any suggestions ?
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Re: installation wizard does not locate the WPSM54G
what is the model number of your printer? if your setup cd is not detecting your printserver, try the ff:
-- while pc and printserver connected to the router and your printserver connected to your printer. try to reset the printserver for 30sec. Is it printing? If yes, do you see any IP address on the print out
-- If no, unplug the power for 5 seconds and plug the power back in of the printserver then try again to run the setup cd. you may also check your routers dhcp server table if its detecting the printserver
-- if printserver still not detected ty to connect printserver directly to your computer
-- search if you have bi admin utility on your setup cd and install it on your pc
-- manually assign static ip address on the printserver using the bi admin utility and on the pc
-- if successful, connect printserver and pc back to the router and check if you can ping the ip address of your printserver
Re: installation wizard does not locate the WPSM54G
I just purchased a new laptop with windowss 7. I can print directly to my epson Stylus Photo RX620 from the laptop, however when I try to print form my print server WPSM54G I get an error message that says no support. Any solution?
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It looks that you would like to install drivers for Linksys WPSM54G. Please write to us with the answer of the following question. 1) Do you have the driver installation disk with you? 2) Did you try to install the driver? 3) Did you get any error while installing it?
1 Insert your driver disk into the CD/DVD ROM drive. The disk should automatically boot. Then follow the on-screen instructions. This usually entails clicking on "Install" or "Install Sound Driver."
2 Download the sound driver specific to your card and Windows XP. Driver websites include Drivers Kit, XP-Drivers and Driver XP. Locate the make and model of your card. Click on the manufacturer and then select the "Download" link.
3 Double-click on the sound driver. The application will go through a setup process. Follow the on-screen instructions.
1 Click on the "Start" menu. Select "Control Panel," then scroll to "Add Hardware" and click to open. Sometimes, the automatic installation does not work properly. You will then need to install the sound drivers manually.
2 Read and use the "Add Hardware Wizard." Click the "Next" tab. Windows XP will scan your computer for components.
3 Scroll down the list to "Audio Drivers" or "Sound Drivers." Then click "Next." Select the "Finish" tab. Another window will appear.
4 Select the "No, Not This Time" option on the "Hardware Update Wizard." Click "Next." Choose the "Install from a List or Specific Location" button. Then click the "Next" tab again.
5 Place the sound driver disk in the CD/DVD ROM. Point the "Search Option" to your CD/DVD ROM or download folder. Click the "Include This Location to Search" box. Type in the path to your download folder or select the "Browse" option. Search through the computer to choose your download application. Click "Next."
6 Wait until the file installs. This takes approximately two to three minutes. Turn up your speakers and reboot your computer
just click the start button then choose control pannel then the add hardware the wizard will now then search the hardware that is not installed after searching the wizard will now ask you to install the driver for the hardware insert your driver disk and follow the wizard instruction..good luck hope this helps
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Well if you have the drivers, please follow the instructions;
Go to device manager.. Right click on the "My Computer" - "Manage" and from left pane, click "Device Manager" check if there's any "Yellowed" on the left pane, if so right click on the yellowed link and "Update driver" a new windows "Found New Hardware" wizard will pop up. Select "No, not this time only" and next, select "Install from the list or specific location" next - Tick mark "Include this location in the search" and Browse the driver to the location/directory where you saved it or to your Cd. Click open/Ok and follow the onscreen instructions, if you are prompted with any error message like "Driver digitally not signed" just click "yes" or "continue anyway" and then next. Of if you don't see any yellowed link then go to "Sound, video and game controllers" There it should be, follow the same instruction as mentioned above from "Right click on the yellowed link."
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Open up your PC. And from the windows menu, left Click to open, Settings, Control panel, and the Add Hardware wizard. From the Add hardware wizard, install your ASUS hard drive. Just follow the instructions. If you get it installed, then it a job well done. Most of the time, Asus is a supported item of Windows XP, Vista, & 7 However, if you are prompted to have your own CD to get it installed. Just have your download from the Internet. Just type at the Search engine blank (Free download Asus (90N804SH021) Hard drive software installer). Once you have your download, go back to your PC menu. Click open, the download and follow the instruction to have it installed. Then, have your test on the Asus harddrive.
1. first reset the printserver
2. make sure that the printer drivers are installed on the comp.
3. use a w/l comp on which we can go online
4. connect the w/l comp to the print server using ethernet cable and also connect the printer to the print server
5. put the print server cd into the comp and run setup.
6. make sure printer server is near to router and there is no firewall on the comp.
7. the setup will give the ipaddress to print server if not plz assign static ip on the printserver.
8. follow the wizard
9. it will ask u the w/l settings to enter. plz type the exact same n/w name and security password.and apply the settings.
10.after that it will connect u to the print server and u will be able to print if you will not u will find an error to open port.
11.you need to open standard tcp/ip ports for the printserver ipaddress that u have assigned.
12. if u dont knw, u can ask the comp vendor.
13. plz also confifm that the printer is compatible with ur print server.
It's pretty sad. This device doesn't support Mac and apparently it doesn't support Windows either! I expect a lot more from Linksys. It seems like this is a common problem yet they offer no clear solution on their web site. Do you think maybe Linksys is going out of business and isn't going to support their products anymore?
The simple solution to this problem is that no drivers are required. This camera is treated as a removable (secondary) drive just as if it was a USB thumb drive or external hard drive.
First go to settings on the camera by rotating the dial to the wrench icon.
Turn the camera on and select Set-Up 2
Your camera is now ready to use with your computer.
Now plug your camera into your computer and check under My Computer for the drive to show. You can now copy files over to your computer from the camera.
If the drive isn't showing you'll have to go into Disk Management to view it
Disk Management is under Administrartive Tools located in your Control Panel (or Start Menu if you have it set to show there)
Select Administrative Tools
On the left hand side click Disk Management (or on the right click Storage then Disk Management)
Finally you can now Right Click the cameras drive and chose Open