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Linksys router and Belkin wireless adaptor

I've just set up a Belkin wireles adaptor on my desktop PC (Windows XP) and the utility can't seem to see any network when connected to a Linksys 2.4 Ghz router. Any idea why? Are these not compatible? Do I need to get a Linksys adaptor?
Thanks,
Anne

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  • Jelly77 Aug 06, 2008

    Hi, got the same problem. Got the Belkin N1 but when installed with Belkin programme or just the driver itself from the CD no connection. Whilst the N1 is recognised, the Network Connection screen doesn't show any wireless connection.....

    The wireless zero configuration is turned on and automatic....

    Somebody please help me, I'm pulling all my hair out trying to get this to work!!! Many thanks...



  • Anonymous Aug 14, 2008

    Yup yup, same problem with me....
    Tried with Belkin installation programme and just the driver itself from the CD but whilst recognised by the PC, no wireless network shows..... PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!
    Tried wireless zero configuration etc etc...


  • davemalone06 Aug 24, 2008

    can not connect to internet but have a connection

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    same problem, connects to router, but does not get to internet

  • KevinStn Dec 22, 2008

    I have the same problem with one extra issue. After a few minutes, my whole internet connection falls out. ie The LinkSys router drops the internet connection. Remove the Belkin N1 wireless adapter and recycle the power and the router connects again. This is without the Belkin connected (I see this from other computers running on my network). Can anyone with the same configuration (LinkSys Router and Belkin N1 USB adapter) confirm that it works for them.

    The Belkin Wireless Networking Utility also seems to be buggy. You have an options tab but changing anything has no effect. The 'Cancel Changes' and 'Save Changes' are permanently disabled (even if you change some parameter)

    I can add that I have updated the Belkin driver etc, and still no connection. This is also the second Belkin adapter that I'm trying. Had the same problems with the first one and believed that it was not working because of a hardware fault and swopped it out. Could it be that the second one does not work - maybe but unlikely. Windows standard connection utility shows that there is a limited connection but I can't even access the router (192.168.1.1).

  • KevinStn Dec 22, 2008

    Here is an update to my previous post. After trying so many times on my XP machine, I tried installing this on a Vista Laptop (Please remember to download the latest drivers from Belkin as Vista drivers are not included on the install disk - mine anyway and seems to be a common complaint). Installed first time and connected with no problems. Connection speed stinks 81 Mbps and I'm only 20 feet from the router! So this confirms that the Belkin N1 USB network adapter works with a LinkSys router - no compatability issues.

    The only other thing that I can think of is that I did have a LinkSys WUSB54GC installed in the computer that I could not get the Belkin to work in. I did uninstall the LinkSys driver (and removed all referencing register entries). I just wonder if other users who are having issues, also had another previously install network adapter?

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Anne ,
I need to ask is the driver for wireless adaptor installed ?

Thank you ,
Styme = )

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