Question about Belkin (F5D7050) 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter
I spent two days with an internet connection using this adapter, to one day wake up and find it suddenly wasn't working. So I uninstalled the adapter and tried reinstalling it. I ran through the CD setup fine, but when it came to plugging in the adapter after this, it came up with the Found New Hardware option, prompting me to locate the driver. I pointed it to the setup file but it didn't find anything and so the hardware was not installed correctly. So I tried uninstalling the adapter again and restarted, only for it, on the restart, to come up with error message 'WLanCfgG: Load library Ralinktek.dll fail', which repeatedly appears no matter how many times I close it. What can I do?
Check your device manager for your adapter-if the device status says your driver needs to be re-install. Re-install the driver manually-you might need to locate the proper file for your adapter's driver-most commonly a .inf file. Try browsing it in the cd itself under driver folders.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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