Question about Belkin (F5D7050) 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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scroll down the page to the correct drivers, download and install them and you are done. There is a user guide on the site as well if you want it. I hope this helps and good luck. Please vote and leave a message.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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Push this button to activate or deactivate the Wireless LAN. When you activate the wireless LAN function, it will search for a wireless LAN signal automatically (assuming you have the wireless LAN driver installed). Just below the screen on the right side is the Status LED Panel, which show six icons, each with its own LED. The first one on the left indicates Wireless LAN status. When the LED is displaying a green light, it indicates that the system is accessing data from, or retrieving data by wireless LAN. So whenever you press the Easy button, you should see the green status light come on or go off. To repeat, if the light is not on, you need to press the Wireless LAN 'Easy Button'. NOTE! If you can't get the button to come on, you will need to re-install the Wireless LAN driver.
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Turn the laptop over and remove the battery.
Remove the screws that are used to secure the memory/wireless LAN minicard cover with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Lift the edge of the cover to remove it.
Disconnect the antenna cables from the wireless LAN minicard with the needle-nosed pliers.
Locate the screws that are used to secure the wireless LAN minicard to the motherboard and remove them with the Phillips-head screwdriver.
Pull the wireless LAN minicard out by grabbing the card by the edges.
Reinsert the wireless LAN minicard and push down on the card to set it in place.
Tighten the screws to secure the card to the motherboard.
Replace the antenna cables with the needle-nosed pliers.
Replace the memory/wireless LAN minicard cover and secure it with the screws.
Replace the battery and then turn on the laptop. Windows Vista will load and reinstall the drivers for the ISATAP adapter.
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