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Have tried 3 usb network adapters in my new 7527ma and can't make any of them work. I am certain that the 3rd one is using a 64bit driver. All company tech supports have been stumped. Windows always says the problem is wrong driver. Have downloaded latest drivers for all 3 devices. Windows picks up flash drives and USB hard drives no problem. What could be the problem? Am thinking there is a secret ZT bios setting...

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(dual boot system)will not read a card reader in vista 32bit, but works fine in windows 7 64bit. Loaded drivers in Vista


Try driver download from her http://www.startech.com/Cards-Adapters/USB-3.0/Cards/2-Port-PCI-SuperSpeed-USB-3-Adapter-Card-with-SATA-Power~PCIUSB3S22

Although I dont understand your statement " will not read a card reader" since you state a problem with the Syba Infozone cable.
Is the problen your USB 3 port or the Syba cable.

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The pc will not detect the wireless card. Already updated driver, BIOS, and tried a new card. I did update from Vista to 7 Professional.


Did the wireless card ever work? If it did work I would check to see if there's a physical switch on the laptop. Try switching it off then on. I would also try a different driver. Sometimes I've used an older or newer driver to get a wireless card to work. So if the driver that's installed is for Vista I would try obtaining one for Win 7. You could also try a wireless driver fro XP 64bit. I've found that some Manufacture's Web sites have several drivers listed for "network card" you could have a installed a "network card driver from HP's site but it might not be the correct version or manufacturer. From HP's site I don't see Win7 listed as an option. So you could have an incompatible driver installed. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?cc=us&lc=en&product=3376893

One other item to check. If you had Vista 32bit installed originally then went to Win 7 64bit you could try the Vista 64bit driver.

If all else fails you could purchase a USB wireless device to make your laptop wireless again. I picked up a Trendent
http://www.techpartswarehouse.com/product/TN-TBW107UB-TRENDnet-Micro-Bluetooth-USB-Adapter-5600.cfm?sid=google&gclid=COGH5NyNv7oCFe1aMgod93wAuA

Let me know if you have any other questions?

Brian

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I have Windows 8 and have not been able to connect to the internet.


There are several possible reasons to have a connection fail. You could have a driver issue, the network adapter may have failed, the passkey/SSID aren't correct (for wireless connections) or the router/WAN network is down. (The WAN being disconnected happens with my systems at regular intervals.) If the router/access point has been secured to limit the number of devices on the network or only allow certain MAC addresses, use a different device to log in to that router and increase the number of allowed devices. (This will depend on the make/model of your router. It's probably under the Advanced settings.)

What type of hardware are you using (laptop/desktop/tablet)? What make and model is it? If you have both wired and wireless network adapters, try making a new network with the other adapter. Also try to create a new network connection for the current adapter.

You can check for driver issues from the desktop clicking the Windows key + X (on systems with keyboards) and choosing the Control Panel. Then under System and Security (or Hardware and Sound) choose the Device Manager. Scroll down to the Network Adapters and expand that section by clicking on the plus sign. If there is a triangle with an exclamation point or a red x, then you have a driver issue. Use another machine to download the drivers and place them on a USB drive or other external media. Install the drivers. (If you can use a different network adapter, then just download and install the drivers.) Try the network trouble-shooter to identify a problem.

If updating the drivers doesn't work, check if other devices do connect to your network. If another device works, try a USB network adapter (or for a desktop, a PCI/PCI-e network card). You may need to disable the on-board network adapter in the BIOS. (This is hardware dependent again.) If other devices can't access the network, try directly connecting a wired network to your DSL, FIOS, or cable modem. If the direct connection doesn't work, then contact your provider. If the direct connection works, try a new router/access point.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(note: on an older XP laptop with only USB 1.0 ports, I recommend replacing the device, instead of a USB network adapter. The USB port speed will make the network connection excessively slow.)

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WNDA3100 smart wizard wont open


There are a few different versions of the WNDA3100 drivers. You can find out which version of the drivers you need by checking on the network adapter, it will say WNDA3100v1, WNDA3100v2, WNDA3100v3, etc.

I had the same problem when I was trying to use v3 drivers on a v2 adapter. I found the right drivers on netgear here:
http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/19881/~/wnda3100v2-software-version-2.0.0.1

I struggled with this for a few hours so I hope this will help someone else.

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I have a new enuwi-n4 usb adapter. I got it to work on my windows xp computer, but I can't get it to work on my windows 7 64 bit computer.


Hello,

It seems that you have to find the correct drivers for windows7 64bit. Drivers download and information for your device can be found HERE.In a case that windows 7 (64bit) drivers are NOT available for this device, alternatively windows vista (64bit) drivers will work ok for installing it.

Let me know how that went for you.

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Please, I Need The Driver of USB WiFi AN-WF100


Download it here http://cache-www.belkin.com/support/dl/f6d6050_v1_drivers_v1.02.zip

version: 1.02, OS compatibility: Windows XP 32bit/64bit, Windows Vista 32bit/64bit, Windows 7 32bit/64bit, size: 30MB

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I have a Belkin N+ Wirless USB Network Adapter, i have a brand new computer with Windows 7 as my operating system. Where do i find the driver to install on my Brand new computer because it doesnt come...


Belkin does not yet provide Windows 7 drivers, nor for 64bit operating systems, see http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3209/p/207. However, the Vista 32bit drivers may work on Windows 7 32bit.
Check back at Belkin's web site occasionally, they are working on the problem.

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Belkin n adapter will not work with Windows 7


windows 7 drivers are not yet released for this adapter. however you can try downloading the VISTA 64bit drivers from the belkin website and try updating it in the computer. works most of the time.

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Di 524 through speedstream 5200: wireless connects but no browse


try re-installing the driver for your USB adapter or create a new wireless network name.

You could also try to download the latest driver for your USB adapter. uninstall the old driver before installing the latest driver for your USB adapter.

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