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Windows xp,but,made here in korea. I want to ask,where to go to my computer to fix this thing?

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Go to control panel- regional and languages options- add language

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Hi, I have just purchased a new WNA-1100 wireless adapter. I have installed it with no problems, but when it asks me to insert the adaptor and press next, it just keeps saying 'detecting adaptor', for as...


Got this fix off of newegg, and it works for XP

Install the updated software package from Netgear. Go into C:/ Program Files/Netgear/ and copy the Driver folder. Paste to your desktop or wherever.

Uninstall the Netgear software. Plug the wireless adapter back in, let Windows locate, and point it to the XP folder in the drivers folder. You're up and running. ^.^

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I need the driver for it for xp please


I found the following information on this web page (thank you lincomatic for the write-up!) and updated the information.

"...the DWL-121 - which is not listed on D-Link's website. OmniMedia's support claims that it's a special model that only works w/ OmniFi products ... (yeah, sure, I believe that...) Is it possible to use it as a WiFi adapter for a Windows XP computer? The answer is yes... with the right driver and a tiny bit of tweaking...
D-Link doesn't provide drivers for the DWL-121, and doesn't even have any information about it on their website. When you plug it into a Windows computer, it comes up as an unknown device, manufactured by Inventec. The USB Vendor ID is 09AA, and the Product ID is 3642. Since Intersil's Prism chipset is one of the most popular, I took a guess that the DWL-121 must be Prism-based.
I went hunting for drivers on D-Link's site, and found that the driver for the DWL-122 - another USB WiFi adapter - is called PRISMUSB.sys. Good candidate. After modifying the INF to look for the correct VID/PID, I got the DWL-122 driver to install and it worked! I'm actually posting this article through the DWL-121 right now! Below is the installation procedure:
  1. Download the DWL-122 driver from this page to your desktop.
  2. unzip and open the folder.
  3. Look for the file "NETPRISM.INF" and open it with Notepad.
  4. Press CTRL-H and replace all instances of the string "VID_2001&PID_3700" with "VID_09AA&PID_3642" (copy&paste!)
  5. If you're really anal, you can also replace "DWL-122" with "DWL-121," but this is entirely optional, since it only affects the name of the device as XP displays it.
  6. Save the changed INF file and close Notepad.
  7. Plug in the DWL-121 and when the Hardware Update Wizard comes up, select Install from a list or specific location.
  8. On the next screen, select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install.
  9. On the next screen, click the Have Disk button, and browser to the path of the modified INF file, e.g. "C:\Documents and Settings\[yourname]\Desktop\dwl122_driver_102\Drivers" and click Next
  10. Follow the default prompts for the rest of the installation, and you're done!
If you have any more questions or something is not clear to you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

Sep 20, 2010 | D-Link DWL-121 802.11b (790069252556)...

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I want to uninstall DWA-642 from my computer in anyway and it doesn't want to uninstall. I went to Control Panel, Ad Remove Programs and click Remove but it did not want to remove.. In the mean time after...


Have you tried Advanced system care,this link is for xp.
http://download.cnet.com/Advanced-SystemCare-Free/3000-2086_4-10407614.html?tag=mncol
this program has an uninstaller program that works very well,install it then click Utilities button,look for the three tabs to the right.Click on Admin Tools tab.
The uninstaller program is listed as Iobit Uninstaller not only will it remove that program it will remove any residual folders.Hope this helps,don't for get to rate....

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We have roadrunner with wireless in our home. I


it could be, maybe you can try on other versions of xp, maybe try another xp service pack, and of course it should be genuine. non-genuine os' specially xp, have edited or modified databases often leading to some hardware issues. try browsing also, microsof knowledge base and see if there are any hotfixes for your problem.

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Is it possible to install or re-install the latest service packs for XP? Or one thing that may work is can you restore Win XP to an earlier state before this happened(be sure to save all data), then install service packs at that point? Also, is your BIOS on the computer at its latest version?

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Netgear wn111 installation problem. " MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP UPDATE REQUIRED" before this application can proceed, you must update the Microsoft windows xp software on this computer. XP HOT FIX KB822603 The...


Hi,
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.

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D-Link Airplus G DWL-G510 dose not start up


0) You must log as Administrator to enable your device

1) Check if the adapter has been installed

(My computer-->>Right click --Properties--->>Hardware--->>Device Manager---->>Network

2) You have to set the wireless connection

To set one do this:

Connecting XP
Click your Start Button
Select and click Control Panel
Select Network Connections
Select Wireless Network Connections
Right click
Select View Available Wireless Networks
5. Highlight the network you want to connect to
Click Advanced
6. Select the wireless network tab
7. Highlight the network in the available networks window
9. Click configure
9. IN the Properties Window
Double check the SSID (network name)
Enter the WEP KEY provided to you by the office
Click OK

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I'm working on another thread with the same product. Make sure you unistall all zoom software from your computer. Restart your computer. Plug the wireless adaptor in and let it find the drivers you need. It may need the CD that came with the adaptor but don't install any thing from the CD but the drivers.

Use the WEP id and password system from Windows networking.

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