My wireless Belkin card no longer works, even though the instilation is working fine but when i try to connect everything, it won't let me. Also, on the back of my card, the paper is sort of peeling off. Is that the problem? Do i need a new card?
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Re: Belkin Card stop working
Try Uninstalling all Network Adapters from your device manager... rebooting and reinstalling..then reset your router.. and renew your DHCP
>>> Start, type Run in the search box...... type CMD.. then type ipconfig /release then ipconfig /renew
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Sounds like you took all the right steps.In add and remove programs at the control panel,remove your wireless card drivers and anything related to it.
Be sure to write down your wep security key from your router first.
Then remove the card,reboot,put the card back in,then reinstall the drivers.
If this does not work the wireless card may be bad.
The wireless settings in the Belkin has been setup with encryption.
You can restore the Belkin back to the factory default by powering up the Belkin and press the RESET button for 7 secs.
It is not wise to leave your wireless router unsecured, anyone can access your network and Internet connection and use up your allocated download limit. Once you exceed your download limit you could be slug with addition charges - this depends upon your contract with your ISP.
For details on securing your wireless router and configuring the wireless card in the laptop, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Go into power settings and disable the option to allow windows to turn the device off in Hibernation mode. Even though the machine is not hibernating if the screen saver activates or windows doesn't detect traffic on the card for some reason windows will power down the device.
first uninstall the program that came with the card then remove card reboot install the program again and make sure that the card is not installed yet after software is installed reboot now insert the card new hardware wizard should apear let it look for the driver and then reboot should work
Probably need to install the software that came with the Belkin card first. Make sure the card is NOT plugged in when you install from the CD. After that, restart your computer and make sure the card is now plugged in. Also, you need to set the router and belkin card with the same settings.
well i think obviously the network card is damaged and causing the pc to stop when checking the pci slot that the card is in.
Return to the supplier as the card should light up orange or green when operating normally, and under warranty if Os has a 12 month warranty period.
Assuming you haven't had a power surge, they should replace the card.