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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The table shown below lists all Linksys adapters that will work with a Windows Vista environment. I wonder if your OS is Win XP.Post back!
• 400 MHz or Faster PC
• 256 MB of RAM Memory
• CD-ROM Drive
• Avaliable USB Port
• Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP
• WUSB54GSC version 2.0 is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista
32 / 64-bit edition with latest updates and Windows 7 32 / 64-bit
edition with latest updates Product DriverVista 32Vista 64PCMCIA
4.100.27 / 3.100.6
18.104.22.168 / 22.214.171.124
126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52
184.108.40.206 / 220.127.116.11
18.104.22.168 / 22.214.171.124
126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52
If you are using an older Belkin Networking product, you may not have support for Windows 7 with your current software. Software updates will be posted as they become available. Please check back if your product is not currently supported. Some
updates may still be in the process of going through Microsoft's
official certification program. Although they have been thoroughly
tested, they may present a warning message when the driver is being
installed. These drivers will install on 32 bit operating systems but
not on 64 bit systems, which is the normal and expected behavior. Even
though your product may currently not be supported under Windows 7, it
may very well work on it; in the majority of cases, software and drivers
for Windows Vista will work on Windows 7 without a problem.
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That unit has multiple drivers depending on os and original configuration as shipped. All are available at the mpcdrivers.com website at the following links. http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/VIWLAN2.exe - Windows Vista Intel Wireless Network Driver version: 184.108.40.206 Supports: Windows Vista (32-bit) Note: This file contains the Windows Vista network driver for the computer models and components listed below. 3/13/2007 190,957 KB
http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/VIWLAN.exe - Wireless Network Driver version: Intel 10.6.0.46 Supports: Windows Vista (32-bit) Note: This file contains the Windows Vista network driver for the Gateway notebook computer models and components listed below. English, Japanese, and Spanish installation instructions are included in the file. 2/7/2007 3,633 KB
http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/LANFAQ.exe - LAN Windows Vista Driver Information Supports: Windows Vista (32-bit) Note: This document explains the networking functionality within Windows Vista for the computer models and components listed below. English, Japanese, and Spanish instructions are included in the file. 2/1/2007 27 KB
http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/BCM40100.exe - Broadcom Wireless Driver Version 220.127.116.11 Supports: Windows XP Note: This is the Windows XP Broadcom Wireless driver for the Gateway notebook computer models listed below. 11/28/2006 77,858 KB
http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/D00453-001-002.exe - Network Driver version: 18.104.22.168 Supports: Windows XP Note: This is a Windows XP network driver for the Gateway notebook computer models listed below.
Although this model appears to support Windows Vista according to the manual for it (ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/WG111T_UM_04Feb07.pdf) the 64 bit version is not mentioned and, therefore, probably not supported. I'd take the wireless adapter back and find one that supports Vista 64 for certain. Some do.
It seems your device is not compatible with 64 Bit operating systems, which you apparently have. If you are sure you do not have a 64 bit OS, then the driver may be faulty. You should be able to locate the driver at this site
If they do not list a 64-bit driver, you will need to try a differentadepter.
I would take the dynex back to the store. I have dynex and a brand new netgear router.Netgear is awesome! Wife has netgear and hers is working fine and she is running vista! Im running dynex and nothing but problems so easy fix is replace with netgear. Goodluck kingelviss
The solution I have is quite simple. I use Vista premium x64 so someone else can test it on Xp but it should work for both. In Vista the 1.3 version doesnt work so Facid's solution doesnt work for me.
[LIST=1] [*]Get the 2.1 setup for Vista and install it. [*]Go to your NETGEAR folder wherever you installed it to (Program Files x86 for me) and copy the DRIVERS folder to your desktop. [*]Uninstall the smartwizard and remove everything in the NETGEAR folder. [*]Plug in your WG111T. [*]Go to Device Manager and find your WG111T in the list, Right Click and Update Driver. [*]Browse to the DRIVERS folder on your desktop when it asks where to look for the driver and the WG111T will install. It should popup with a little message when it is completed but you will not be online yet.
[B]I dont know what you would do in Xp x64 system but I believe it has its own wireless manager like Vista and should be quite simalar.[/B] [*]IN VISTA go to the Connect To button in your Start menu, It should be under Computer and Network, it should show your router along with a 5 bar network strength graphic. [*]For me all I had to do was double click on the network and put in my WEP hex key and it conected. [/LIST]
if you managed to get the driver installed, you should get an option to use either windows wireless management or the software that came with the adapter, you may be able to dissable the cards software and use windows own