I tried to install the adpter on WIN XP but it does not pass the windows logo (test?) and I get a warning message indicating that if I continue with the installation my computer is likely to start malfuncioning.
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Re: Wireless cardbus adapter zew1505
Ignore the message and let it install. It just means that Windows hasn't approve the driver because Zonet probably didn't sent it to Microsoft to be approved. This is a typicall message for new drivers in XP.
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ARE you using the adapter utility to conncet to the wireless network. If you are using the adapter utility then try to switch over the windows utility ( for WIn XP and Vista only) If you are not able to see the network with the windows utility also then try to uninstall and reinstall the adapter. Click Here for more info
Dynex Wireless-G Desktop Adapter is making my Win XP freeze within seconds after logging in. I've tried uninstalling, installing about 5 times. I'm doing everything by the install directions, nothing seems to help. It's a Compaq Presario Desktop.
but it seems the website has some problems.
I would suggest you contact them via email at this email address to obtain the driver email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Let me know if you need anything else.
You are very limited here, but it's not impossible. Have you tried getting to a wired connection temporarily? A long way around would be to reinstall Win XP with a disc that includes the update. A word of warning though, the fix you have described (KB822603) is already included in SP2 on Win XP...SO... while you are connected to the wired internet connection, you may have to get an update for the driver of the netgear wireless wn111 hardware as well.
I hope this helps.
Those install programs that Linksys uses are terrible. This happens all the time.
You probably can't use the linksys program to install the software on a Windows 2000 machine you should be able to install just the driver you need. I have never used wireless networking on a Win 2000 computer before. Win XP has sotware already built into the operating systems to deal with wireless networking.
Uninstall all Linksys wireless networking software. Restart you computer with the wirless network card install and let Windows search for the correct drivers on the CD.
If your laptop is running on XP, sometimes WINDOWS installs the drivers for the wireless card automatically. If WINDOWS do not install the drivers, you need to load or install the drivers of your wireless adapter. You can use the disc that came with the wireless adapter or downloiad the drivers from the website of your wireless adapter
neet the complete model no of the adapter and the operating s/m where you are trying to install the adapter..
but i'll give you a general idea..
without running the setup cd, what ever the operating s/m is , when you plug in the adapter to the pc, the adapter should be detucted.. you should geta found new hardware message.. if not try witha diff pc still not, the adapter is having problems, if the adapter is detected in a win xp pc, click next, next and follow the instructions, automatically the adpter would get installed..