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When it comes to the Wireless USB Adapters, you should be cautious about the Adapter card settings in the device manager.
Click Start, & type "device manager" in the box provided, & click on device manager.
In the device manager, right click on the Netgear W111v3 Adapter under "Network Adapters". & check for the settings like "Channel Number", "Mode (like a, a/g )". These are some things that actually are the reason for the wireless connection to be established. You need to make sure that these settings conform with those of the wireless Router.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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