Question about Linksys USB200M USB 2.0 Network Adapter
If you are using the USB200M network adapter, you should go into device manager and see if it shows up. If it does, there is a little pop up connector on this device that sits more or less on a 45 degree angle and you just insert on end of the ethernet cable in this until it clicks. You should have connection. If not uninstall by right clicking on this device in device manager(if present) and install drivers FIRST then insert device into any available USB port, new device should be found and drivers will be installed, sometimes it may be necessary to insert this device first and then install software that came with the device, but as a rule ALWAYS install drivers FIRST ..
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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