Cannot get 2 new Belkin wireless adapters (version 1115uk) to work. Have an older version that works perfectly on all computers. Error message is ' failed due to an unknown reason' . All of the computers work on Windows Vista
I have followed all of the instructions ,any advice would be gratefully received!
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I will point you to the belkin support page, there you can download the latest updated drivers and software, once you have installed the new version, make sure you restart to ensure the new drivers take affect. Follow the link to: http://www.belkin.com/us/support-article?rnId=3746
From here download the correct version and install.
A very good question! I'd love to answer this. Belkin utility at times has some bugs. As you said you have downloaded the latest version of drivers and utility. Latest drivers are good but utility will not be of much use, I, as a technician would highly recommend that you use Wireless Zero Configuration in case of Win XP or WLAN Auto-config in case in case of Win Vista or Win 7. But if you have older versions of Windows, older than Win XP, only then utility has to be used. Enable WZC and WLAN A-C in Microsoft Services(Local) page.
Start > Run > services.msc > Ok > Services (Local) > Start the service.
At worst instances, if you are forced to use the utility, remove all SSID (wireless network names) from My Connections. Note: Remove all of them completely.
Also, i would recommend that you configure your wireless mode to be "802.11g only" on the router as F5D7001 is a 802.11g standard PCI card, and also turn ON the wireless PROTECTED MODE on the router. This will enhance the performance of your wireless devices in cases of heavy wireless traffic.
This is sure to work! Again, thanks for such a question.
1.Primarily, if you use a N standard wireless router, you must go in for the same N standard adapter, to get full efficiency. You didn't mention the model no. 2.If you have any other wireless computer in your house, check with that if it also has the same issues. Try checking with new and old wireless devices. 3.If finally, you conclude that its only this Belkin adapter that is responsible for intermittent connection, then: 3a. Uninstall the Belkin adapter's utility and drivers from control panel(Add/Remove programs) 3b.Go to http://en-us-belkin.com/support and download the latest drivers for your model. 3c. Unplug the adapter and run the downloaded setup file. (Setup will walk you through from here)
But i could have helped you better if you had mentioned the model or part number along with the version of it. Anyway, this would certainly work.
Try to download the newest driver from belkin that matches the version and model. Uninstall the old driver and install the new one. This should fix the issue. you will need a pc that is connected / working to the internet to get this done.
it has to work with the win ME
if not working download the new version of the driver from belkin .com/support
make sure u need to know ur version of ur belkin adapter only then u can download it from the site
download and install it then it will work
I had an older version of this adapter. One day it just stopped working all together and nothing I did got it to work, on any computer. If the above steps don't resolve your problem, the adapter may have just stopped working all together.
Spend 30 bucks on a new adapter. I have a version 4 adapter that I use as a paper weight for the same reason. I check back and search for solutions about once a month and have spent hours trying to fix a $30 part. How much is your time worth.