Question about Belkin F5D7230-4 Kit (F5D7230V4SNPDQ)
So I am away from home for about a month in the middle of no where with one computer in the house. So I brought along my laptop and my wireless router. Now I didn't bring the disk, so I am using the easy installment on the Belkin website to put the router on the home computer. But whenever I click to install it, and it scans for network connection, a pop up comes up and says "Error: Unable to locate and load drivers."
How can I fix it?
I had the same "locate and load" problem with my router, i went to my browser to set things up... and eventually I've noticed that NOT CONNECTED turned into CONNECTED, but I'm not sure what I did, because of crappy windows (you have to reset a few times to see that something really changes!) ...but still, I can't use the net, and I'm typing this from the computer on the same LAN, but that uses Ubuntu OS!!! I recommend that you "try Ubuntu, without a change to your computer", the option that you get when inserting Ubuntu 7+ in your CD-ROM...;)
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
I had the exact same problem - did not have my CD, so downloaded easy installer from the web, but got the error about unable to load drivers.
I tried 192.168.2.1 but it did not work - at least not at first. After a couple of minutes I realized the wireless light on my router turned on, so I hooked up the ethernet cable from the router to my computer.
I tried 192.168.2.1 a couple times, and finally it connected and I was able to reconfigure the router.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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