Question about Dynex Wireless-G USB 2.0 Network Adapter
Does the stick see any other wireless networks? Can you try creating an Ad-Hoc network from your other laptop to this one through the USB stick? If the answer to either of these two questions then the stick is working fine.
I would check to make sure your router is not using solely a N network type because the USB stick will not support it.
If you are using a duel band router and you are currently using the 5ghz network then the USB stick will not detect this either.
Lastly if your network is not being broadcast, your laptop may connect to the network but your USB stick will not be able to locate the network.
You can also try power cycling the router (unplug for 30 seconds) and then search for networks again.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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