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I have Belkin's Play Wireless USB Adapter f7d4101. I have the driver installed and when I try to connect to a router in another room it says no connections are available(even though they are, I'm using it on my laptop)but, I need it to work on my desktop. So I look at "Change Adapter Settings" in Windows 7 it shows that my Wireless Network Connection for The USB Adapter is Disabled. So, I try to enable it and it won't enable. And to add more information to the table I have my Local Area Connection Disabled. When I try to toubleshoot it says there might be a problem with the driver for the wireless network connection adapter and repairing as an administrator doesn't help. I hope you can help.

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SOURCE: hallo i have Belkin Play Wireless USB Adapter

google belkin F7D4101 and download the latest drivers. Also make sure your'e pairing the belkin with a a approved router...*you can find the list on belkin* i believe.


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Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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SOURCE: My Belkin F7D4101 wireless adapter

It is very common for the bios to try booting from usb devices, this can be changed in the settings, go into the bios (one of the F keys that it asks for on bootup) and then look in the boot order, look for usb boot and disable it so it doesnt try to boot from usb. This should solve your problem.

Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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SOURCE: I have Belkin's Play Wireless

I don't think it's a belkin issue I have the same one and I did buy another type and ended up taking it back because it wouldn't even pick up a signal whereupon I was told windows updates messes with them to which I thought er right but as it turns out it my belkin played up si I restored to before a critical update and hey it works again.

Posted on Jul 16, 2011

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