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Dynex 802.11g Wireless-G Desktop Card Questions & Answers
Does dynex DX-WGDTC wireless desktop work for
The DX-WGDTC adapter is not compatible with Windows Vista. It was designed to work with Windows 98 through Windows XP. However, you can try to use it with a Windows Vista system. What will happen a lot of times is that the router will provide basic functionality but it may display some quirks, or it may drop the connection occasionally.
You can get a decent Wireless-G adapter for $30 or so, so you're probably better off just buying a Vista-compatible adapter, but if you already have this one, might as well see if it will work!
Dynex Enhanced Wireless G Desktop Card
Installing a Wireless PCI card requires opening the cpu case. Be careful to unplug the system before attempting it.
This tutorial should guide you in the right direction
Wireless router disconnected
- Gather information from the setup process. In
order to set up the wireless client, you will need to know the service
set identifier (SSID), the Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP) key and
the channel and mode.
Boot up the laptop and plug in the WiFi card. This will not
be necessary if your laptop has an integrated WiFi card.
Install any drivers needed to use the WiFi card. Insert the
disc that came with the WiFi card and follow the on-screen installation
process. Most discs will trigger a new hardware wizard that makes
installation extremely simple.
Double-click on the "WiFi Connection" icon. It can be found
in the system tray at the bottom of the laptop screen.
Click on "Properties."
Select the "Wireless Networks" tab.
Use the "Add" button at the bottom of the dialog if your WiFi
network isn't in the "Available Networks" section.
Click on "Configure" when you see your network's SSID in the
Enter your network's SSID and WEP key.
Click on "Start," then choose "Connect To" and "Wireless
Network Connection." Your computer should now be able to access the WiFi
network. If the WiFi network is connected to the Internet, it should
also be able to connect to the Internet.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Win XP Pro freezes when trying to use the Dynex wireless G card
Dynex Wireless-G Desktop Adapter is making my Win XP freeze within seconds after logging in. I've tried uninstalling, installing about 5 times. I'm doing everything by the install directions, nothing seems to help. It's a Compaq Presario Desktop.
Any help would be appreciated
Dynex 1.3mp driver update for windows 7
Unfortunately, Dynex no longer provides driver updates for their 1.3MP webcam on Windows 7 as the product has reached its end of life and is no longer supported. However, you may still be able to use the webcam with the existing drivers that came with it or with the generic drivers that are built into Windows 7.
To check if your webcam is recognized by Windows 7, follow these steps:
- Plug in your Dynex 1.3MP webcam to your computer's USB port.
- Click on the "Start" menu and select "Control Panel".
- Click on "Hardware and Sound" and then select "Device Manager".
- Look for the Dynex webcam under the "Imaging devices" or "Cameras" category. If it is listed, then your webcam is recognized by Windows 7.
If your webcam is not recognized by Windows 7 or is not functioning properly, you may want to try downloading and installing a third-party driver update software like Driver Booster or Driver Easy. These programs scan your computer for outdated or missing drivers and automatically download and install the latest versions for you.
Alternatively, you can try searching for a compatible driver on third-party driver download sites, but be cautious as some of these sites may contain malicious software. It is always recommended to download drivers from the manufacturer's website or from trusted sources.
Have a dynex optical mouse model # DX- PWLMSE how does it connect
The Dynex DX-PWLMSE uses a 27 MHz frequency wireless connection between the mouse and a specific USB receiver. For the specifications, see https://www.dynexproducts.com/pdp/DX-PWLMSE/8632063
To use the mouse, you need to press the Eject button behind the scroll wheel. This lets you open the battery/USB storage compartment. Put two AAA batteries into the mouse. Then remove the USB adapter (it's between the two battery slots). Close the storage compartment and put the USB adapter into an available USB 2.0 slot on the computer with a version of the Windows OS above Windows 98. (Note: the specifications I see indicate Dynex wrote drivers for Windows Vista. It may not work with Windows 7, 8 or 10.) Make sure that the computer is on and can get driver updates from on-line sources. Turn on the mouse and it should auto-pair with the receiver. If there is no response, try pressing and holding the connect button on the bottom of the mouse.
I'm not aware of any vendors that sell the USB receiver for this mouse. The manual for the DX-PWLMSE is available from Manuals Lib: https://www.manualslib.com/products/Dynex-Dx-Pwlmse-Wireless-Optical-Usb-Laptop-Mouse-4908.html
I hope this helps.
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