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Possibly you have installed the WLAN monitor also that is why it is creating the error...try these settings...
Reboot your computer in SafeModeUninstall
the software for the Adapter from start >> All programs/Remove
the Drivers from Device Manager...Turn your computer Off and connect
the adapter in a different PCI Slot...Reboot your computer in Normal
>> Insert the Setup CD in the cd drive>> Click on Exit when the
Linksys welcome screen appears>>Click on start. Unplug & replug adapter ...>> There should be a "" Found New Hardware Wizard ""
that pops up on your screen>> Click on “Install software
automatically “, and then click on next. Once the installation is
complete>> Right click on the wireless network connection icon in the
system tray besides the clock >>Click on view wireless networks and
then connect to your network name...
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I ran into the exact same thing, and basically the root cause of the problem is that the software was installed after you put the card into your computer.
The fix to this is to completely remove your adapter from the device manager and reboot with the software already installed (remember: the software told you to insert the adapter after you installed the software - not very intiutive if you ask me).
On the next boot you may see that message again, however the computer will also find the adapter. Let it run its course.
The next time you reboot you'll notice the access violation is gone.
P.S. I would love to post this on the Linksys forms that are misguiding everyone, however their cheep UNIX server won't let me.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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