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Wireless is not recognized

I was online using my internal wireless drive - but then it just stopped working - I use Vista on my computer - and the light will not even turn blue to allow me to connect --

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Most of the time this is just a driver glitch. Uninstall the wireless drivers from the devica manager, then reboot. The machine will find the wireless and reinstall the drivers automatically. Get back to me with the results, if it doesn't work we'll try something else.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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Step 1: Physically install the network adapter.

Step 2: Boot the computer. Wait for Vista to recognize the new hardware. Once it prompts you to locate the driver. Click Locate And Install Driver Software (Recommended).
Step 3: If Vista fails to locate the drivers internally or online, it will prompt you to insert the Driver Disk.
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If your computer runs Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7, every known brand-new wireless adapter will work.

If your computer has a PCMCIA slot (about the size/thickness of a credit-card), then you can buy a "PCMCIA wireless adapter".

If your computer has a USB slot (most do!) then you can buy a "USB wireless adapter".

There are three different data-transfer speeds for wireless communications:
* wireless B -- up to 11 megabits/second
* wireless G -- up to 54 megabits/second
* wireless N -- much faster.

Note that "high-speed" service from your local cable-modem ISP can receive at up to 10.0 megabits (or even faster) per second, while "lite-speed" service receives data at around 1.0 megabits per second.

So, when downloading, it's your cable-modem (or DSL-modem) that will be the "bottle-neck", not the "B" or "G" or "N" capability of your wireless adapter.

You probably can find "used" wireless-B or wireless-G adapters, in your local area:
* online, via 'www.usedEverwhere.com'
* local computer-stores
* online via eBay

for $10 to $20 dollars.

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