Question about ASUS 802.11G WIFI-G 54MBPS WIRELESS LAN PCI ADATER CARD W/ EXT ANTENNA - Model WIFI-G-AAY Part 9... (90C1TACA00AAY)

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System do not reconize the PCI card

I install the Asus 802.11G WIFI-G 54MBPS PCI Adaptor to the 3 and 5 Slot on a Asus P4P800-E Deluxe Mobo. The system do not reconize the PCI card.

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  • valdeciccost Mar 29, 2009

    não consigo os drivers de instalação do adaptador pci 54m wlan

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Does it ask for a driver to be installed? Or have you got the wireless version of the mobo that needs an ASUS WiFi-b add-on card with an omni-directional antenna?

Like on the previous version of the mainboard, the PCB contains five PCI slots and an exclusive WiFi slot, in its left part. By the way, when you install the original WLAN card from ASUS into this slot, the last PCI becomes unavailable. Now let’s examine the card, too.
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The card supports the wireless networking protocol IEEE 802.11b, describing data-transfer rates up to 11Mb/s. Using the software that accompanies the card, you can use it in the Ad Hoc as well as in the Infrastructure mode, and the card can perform the functions of a programmable access point, providing connections to 31 clients. Thus, the owner of the WiFi-b kit can easily deploy wireless networks and connect to existing ones.

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

I bought the 802.11G WIFI-G 54MBPS has mention above. It didn't come with the P4P800-E Deluxe Mobo.

I try to install the PCI card in slot 2-3-5 and use the installation software but with no success. I bought a Wireless Linksys PCI card WMP54G and didn't have any problem to install it on the Asus Mobo.

I bought 2 Asus PCI 802.11G WIFI-G 54MBPS for two of my PC's that got Asus Mobo. So I try the second card and didn't work out either on the first PC.

When I ask Windows XP Pro SP2 to find new hardware Windows reconize the PCI card but it say's that there is error code no 10 and the card can't be reconize.

It sugest to update the drivers but there is no page on Asus website concerning this product Asus 802.11G WIFI-G 54MBPS

Where could I find those drivers ?
Thank's Bazildog

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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