Question about Dynex Enhanced Wireless-G USB 2.0 Network Adapter

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Can't install on new computer

I get an error message saying "Software not supported under 64-bit Windows XP and Vista!" Yet it's supposed to be compatible with Vista, so why isn't is working?

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  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    man, i cant even get that to work

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    same problem

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    man i also have the same problem with ya, i cant get my wireless adapter working -.-

  • z30n Dec 03, 2008

    I got a new computer today that has 64-bit Vista. The wireless adapter I was using up to this point does not have drivers that work with 64-bit Vista and the company (D-Link) has yet to make drivers for it. Okay, fine. I won't buy from D-Link again if they can't even be bothered to make drivers for their products.

    So I bought this Dynex Wireless-G, assuming it would work (it does say it is Vista-compatible on the box, after all) and guess what message I get when I try to install from the CD? NOT COMPATIBLE WITH 64-BIT VISTA. I got on my laptop, downloaded BOTH the drivers from the Dynex's site AND the ones suggested on this site, put it on a flash drive and try to install. The setup program would not recognize when the thing was plugged in (Vista sure did, though, every time I plug something in, it tries in vain to find drivers for it despite not being connected to the internet). So I'm going to have to return this and keep buying wireless adapter after wireless adapter until I can find one that actually works on Vista x64. This is ridiculous.


  • jwatts4430 Dec 09, 2008

    tried downloading file still will not connect to internet dont know what else to do?

  • Scott5533 Feb 08, 2009

    Same problem, tried DX-EBUSB_2.0 3.05_setup, no luck.

    tried is over and over, being careful to plug in adaptor at right time.

    So far just a frustraing waste of time.

    Computer: Gateway FX6800-01e, 64-bit operating system



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Are you running 64 bit Vista?

If so you will need 64 Bit drivers for the device

Download this file

http://www.dynexproducts.com/skins/skin_1/Topics/Drivers/DX-EBUSB_2.03.05_Setup.exe

DO NOT CONNECT THE DEVICE UNTIL IT TELLS YOU

When the windows warning pops up, Install the driver anyway. then connect the device, that should fix the problem It worked on my 64bit Vista Ultimate

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You are installing on your 32-bit computer check your CPU specification.

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I have the same problem and found a possible fix: (a) go to device manager in my computer; (b) under network connections, select dynex device; (c) find folder in which computer is storing drivers (probably C/windows/system32/drivers); (d) manually open the files contained on install CD; (d) paste drivers from install CD for Vista into both system32 and system64 folders; and (e) reboot machine with device plugged in. If that does not work, then repeat the process but remove the drivers from the system32 folder.

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