I've already used the adapter on my playstation 3 and we had the problem before and a technican sorted the problem out for us, but once again the device went on the blink and when I went to reconfigure, in the install CD step up, it asks me to select an adapter from the list below, but no device is listed, anyone know how I can get it to appear?
List of what I did:
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Don't use the cd, just connect a pc to your router via an RJ45 lan cable to port number 1 then open your web browser and type 192.168.2.1 and press enter to get into the settings, there will be no password as default so just press enter to get into the menu.
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HI, try the following: Disconnect your device first.
1. Go to start and right click on my computer
2. Click on properties
3. Click on device manager
Look for your device which is likey to be under display adapters. Click on it and uninstall.
4. go to the donload site and download the latest drivers http://j5create.com/support/download/jua3.htm
5. install the downloaded drivers.
6. Connect your device.
You want to keep the data, so you need an external storage device (memory card, flash drive and so on). Copy the data on the device. If anything happens to the PS3, you still have your data on the device. When you restore the PS3, you can put back the data.
If the adapter is not detected by your computer, the best way to check if the adapter is bad or not is to tr connecting the adapter to a different USB port and check if the computer will detect it and if still not detected better if you can just connect it to a different USB port and if still not detected on different computer the adapter is already bad...
Hi there. Those drivers aren't the right ones.
Did you go to the laptop brand website and download the correct drivers? Sometimes they have different types of drivers depending on what type of LAN adapter there is on the computer.
Sometimes there are drivers for Broadcom LAN adapters or Intel. If it doesn't work with one, try the other one.
The GBU321 installation software that comes with the CD was the problem. Called their tech service who made me uninstall the BlueTooth Drivers that the CD and Windows 2000 installed first, and then "directly" download and install the BROADCOM drivers. The adapter works very well now. Thanks.
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
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!