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Re: my wireless card wont work
Sounds like the bus port drivers. Check the device manager for any drivers that are missing. It could also be that you don't have the correct driver for the card. You won't find the drivers for this card at Dell's site. Try the link bellow for the d-link driver. You will need to choose which g650 you have there is 4 different models. If this doesn't get it working, get back to me and I'll see what else I can find. http://support.dlink.com/downloads/
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Connect a LAN cable from the D-Link to your laptop/computer'sLAN port, open the browser on your laptop/computer and enter the D-Link'sconfiguration URL.. http://192.168.0.1 The default login = admin The default PW = blank (just press Enter)
You can now change the default password. You can now configure the wireless settings.
Now configure the wireless card in your computer/laptop withthe router's wireless settings.
To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access,please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
This is the download link for the Dlink DWL-G122 wireless adapter, however you will first have to pick your revision version from the list, this revision number will be on a sticker on the usb adapter, simply chose the right revision version and you will see the download link. Once you have it downloaded, unplug the wireless adapter, install the driver then after it is done, or when prompted by the driver install, plug the device back in
hope this was helpful
im assuming its a cardbus adapter right? well that model is a wireless b signal, which isnt very strong, so any wireless g model should have a much stronger signal. it doesnt matter which one it is, as long as its wireless g, which most new cards are. hope this helps, goodluck
I am assuming it is using the PCMCIA slot on the laptop.
Since the OS is reinstalled, there is a high possibily that the drivers for the laptop devices are not fully installed.
click start -> run.
type in compmgmt.msc then ok
click on device manager and check all devices are installed correctly. If there is a yellow question mark or red cross on it then it means the driver is not present or its disabled.
Try to download all drivers for your laptop from HP website and install them.
Reload the drivers for your unit. I found 3 versions on-line so you'll need to find your version. Then go to Start, Run and type cmd. At the prompt type IPCONFIG /all. If you get a list where one line says IP address . . . 192.168.??.??. Then you should be alright. If you get nothing from the IPCONFIG then the PCMCIA card has probably gone bad. Unplug and replug it in.