I have an error code in device manager NDIS.VXD AND NTKERN.VXD. ON THE USB WIRELESS ADAPTOR
I AM RUNNING WINDOW ME AND MY INTERNET IS RUNNING FINE THROUGH THE ROUTER WHEN HARD WIRED TO THE NETWORK CARD
ANY IDEA IF IT IS CONFLITING WITH THE NETWORK CARD.
wHEN i RUN THE SOFTWARE IT DOES NOT SEE THE ROUTER AND THE NETGEAR SCREEN FLASHES UP FOR A SECOND AND WON'T STAY UP.
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This is a driver problem, it may be windows generic driver that has installed; so if you have already installed the software, uninstall it and remove the adapter.
Restart the pc, then insert the cd driver, but don't let it autorun, then re connect adapter and this time when it asks for the driver point windows to look on the cdrom for it instead of allowing the cd to run the installation.
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Assuming you are using Windows 7 or later.
Right Click on the Network Icon in the Status Bar
Go to Network and Sharing center
Go to Network and Sharing Center then look upper left side and choose "manage wireless connections" you can rename or adjust the SSID for each wireless connection there.
You can get rid of the extra wireless adaptors by going into Control Panel>Device Manager, go to "view" then choose "show hidden devices" after that go to network adaptors and you should be able to delate any extra network adaptor entries.
does you computer have wireless adaptor? if you have right click on the usb port in device manager and note the error and try to solve the error accordingly...u need to tell more in details OFDM transmitter
NETGEAR does not offer any offcial drivers for the adapter to work on Ubuntu as they dont support Linux OS. However, you may try third party drivers to install the adapter on Ubuntu. Try the below link:
-- check the device manager of your computer
-- for win xp - go to right click on my computer - manage - computer management - device manager - on the right hand side that the netgear adapter is listed under network adapters or other devices
It's impossible that the wireless router cannot detect your wireless adapter wg111t.
You try to test another one if still have a problem connecting with your wireless router. If that router can see another wireless network available then maybe your Netgear wireless adapter have a problem incomplete installation or the wireless device is defective. I have encounter like this before so maybe it's the same with. Hope my tip will help you a lot. Good luck! Please rate me. Thank you.
Do you know for sure that the usb port is working properly? Plug in a flash drive or a mouse and see if it's detected. If not, it's the usb port. Try another port. If no usb ports work, post a comment and I'll give you some things to check.
If the usb port works:
Unplug the nic, go to device manager and expand network adapters. Plug in the usb nic. If it doesn't show up in device manager, or if no new hardware is detected, then it's probably dead. Plug it into another pc to confirm.
Go to device manager and make sure the wireless network adaptor is properly install. Also got to services and make sure the Wireless Zero configuration service is running. Go to network connection and setup the wireless connection again after deleting the old one. You may have to contact the wireless router manufacturer like Linksys, Netgear in case you are not sure of the settings
Not much of a solution, but keep uninstalling and re installing the driver cos win98 not very good for driver issues, i remember having to fiddle around with it with win98se also.
Perhaps the device is recognised but not being installed because of a faulty slot or mobo fault.
But personally I wouldn't go on-line with win98, would advise upgrading to xp sp2, much better with security and easier to sort out driver issues.
Trying to forget Win98/SE, not very pleasant!