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I have some bad news, I bought this Belkin before for my self and for a customer one time. I had to replace it after a short while for myself and then for the customer. This is not a good router. I would'nt waste my time. Try a Linksys (now Cisco) router.
This is an easy one, go to this web site http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/Linksys.html download the correct driver, after it is downloaded, if required uncompress it, & install it, REBOOT, THEN and NOT before insert ya USB Wifi and it should automatically install the drivers ya via the prior installed Drivers, and install itself, otherwise simply "Point" it to the place where ya stored the Downloaded driver and it should proceed to finish from there. REBOOT. Now you can setup ya Wifi connection.
open device manager and look at network adapters and right click on your device and go to properties and uncheck the power management box that allows pc to put device to sleep.this should resovle your problems since windows id defaulted to put device asleep when idle to save power.hope this helps.
Go to your Device Manager and on the right side look and find Network Adapters. Expand the Network Adapter by clicking on it so you can see your Wireless Network Adapter. If it has a yellow exclamation on it then you need to install the correct driver, if it doesn have that exclamation the it may already have the correct driver. It may also be disabled ( red X) so enable it.
Check the wireless connection properties.On the "General" tab and in the middle look for and find "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" . Highlight it and click "properties". Make sure here that if you have set-up your router to connection type of DHCP that "Obtain IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" are the only ones checked.
Try setting the default gateway on the laptop to the ip address of your ICS gateway machine. Some routers separate the wireless and LAN connections on different subnets.
Try comparing your laptops ip information with that of one of the working wired computers. You can do this by going to Start up to run and type cmd then click "ok"
At the black prompt screen type "ipconfig" without the "".
You want to compare the IP Address, Submet Mask, and Default Gateway.
If one has an ip of 192.168.1.* and the other has 192.168.0.* then the wireless and wired are on seperate networks.
If the subnet masks are something like 255.255.255.0 and 255.255.255.1 they are on seperate subnets. Both should be fixable by putting in the same default gateway.
For example if your ICS gateway is 192.168.1.1 then set that as the default gatway on the wireless laptop. This can be done by going to start >> Control Panel >> Network Connections then right click your wireless connection and goto properties then double click on the "Internet Protocol (tcp/ip)" option. This will list all of your ip information (if its static) if its dynamic (ip gotten from router) you can still click "Use the following DNS server address" and set preffered dns to the gateway ICS ip. Or click "Advanced" and click Add under Default Gateways and add the gateway ICS ip there.