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I recently moved my Dell desktop computer and now my D-link wua-2340 wireless network adapter doesn't work. The light on the adapter wont come on anymore. It is not very old and has been working fine until I moved the computer. Could it be out of range of my router? I have had the computer in that spot before and did not have any problems.
I have many D-Link router and printer server /wirless adapters in operation.
I love the product, but find periodically that the power cord/converter seems to not connect and the router/adapter goes dead. If I swap power cords, away it goes.
I have found that the plug end entering the adapter needs to be periodically cleaned (alcohol wipe works well & dried before reinsertion). I have tested all my power cord/converters when they don't seem to work and they all are functioning normally with proper voltage output. The connection is usually the issue.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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