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click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to network adapters you might see a yellow question ? exclamation ! mark or a red X the driver will need to be updated right click to update driver if you dont have the disk with the driver you will need to download one http://download.cnet.com/netgear-wg311v3-802-11g/3000-2112_4-78104.html hope this helps you
Most likely this is due to your using other devices that use the 2.4GHz spectrum.
Get rid of any 2.4GHz cordless phones and be aware the devices like microwave ovens can interfere.
Additionally, make sure that your access point is in a central location and that the signal does not have to go through masonry or lathe and plaster.
What you to do first verify that the device is installed properly for that ---
Go to Device manager-- click on Network adaptors -verify the your wireless adaptor is listed there without any yellow or red mark .If you see a yellow mark then you need to install and reinstall the adaptor
Second , You might see an icon for netgear adpaptor in right lower corner under taskbar and you need to Right Click on it , it will show you several options just look for use window to manage wifi or xp wifi client , like that .. sect that option ..
after that it will display a message wireless network detected , click on the messege , you will see your network . select and connect
First, I would go to the control panel (start, control panel; or start, settings, control panel). Then got to Add/Remove Programs. Scroll down the list until you find what looks like netgear software and try uninstalling there.
If that does not work or you can't find it in the list, you could try inserting the install cd again. Check to see if there is an unistall option, and perform an uninstall. Or, if not, then try installing it completely, then uninstalling it via CD.
The InFocus Liteshow I uses an ad-hoc wireless connection by default. Open the properties of your wireless device, click "Let Windows manage this device", go to the advanced properties and change the setting "Networks to access" to "Computer-to-computer (ad-hoc) only". This worked for me.