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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: usb network adapter error
What I recommend is to uninstall the driver and reinstall it back again.Incase the 1st solution doesn't work then you need to uninstall the other driver off first,like sound and display, and install this wirless beferore them.I think conflict with the other driver.
Best of luck,takecare
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
Ok make sure your PC is connected to the router with a network cable for programming.
I noticed you said 192.168.1.1. I see an extra period just wanna make sure your typing it in correct
Ok so make sure the cable modem is plugged into the WAN on the router... Now connect another ethernet cable to the PC and the router. Reset the modem and router... wait a few mins and try to connect to the programming setup.
User name= admin Pass=admin
Posted on May 06, 2008
ive just tried a new hard drive and windows xp sp3 on it and it still dose the same, even in safe mode it stops at WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\MUP.SYS all the time cant get any further
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Here is a link that documents this failure and also includes a link to the driver page.
General Protection Fault (Blue Screen) May Occur With Old Adapter Drivers
Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Connected with limited access
This actually sounds like the device is not getting proper DHCP settings.
First of all, power cycle the router, and reboot the computer to make sure a fresh connection from both devices is achieved.
If the issue persists, check to make sure the computer does not have any static IP settings stored in the adapter.
The following steps will tell you how to do so:
-In Classic View, select network connections
-In Category View, select Network and Internet connections, then select network connections
- Right click the appropiate network adapter (Local Area Connection, for cabled connections, wireless for wireless connections)
- Select Properties
- in the "This connection uses the following items:" Box select the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" (making sure to keep the checkbox selected (selecting the name helps) then click properties.
- If obtain an IP address automatically is selected (and the boxes below are grey), and Obtain DNS Server address automatically (again grey boxes below) are selected then something else may be happening, which will require more advanced steps.
If the boxes are not grey, then you may have incorrect settings, select the appropriate radio boxes (listed above) to make the boxes greyed out, and that may resolve your issue.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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