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D-Link wireless router problems

Hi we are setting up or wireless router again after not having used it for a while due to changing computers....but while we were in the process of moving we lost the disk to down load the software for the router in our move is there a place i can get JUST the down load for the hardware to make it work? or do i have to go spend money on a whole new system?

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  • nicoleseaboy Jan 07, 2008

    i got the drivers ect but when i go to down load the device to my machine i get to step 3 and it just stops going it says error either cable is not connected or something else i have tried and tried



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I need to find instructions to download a Apacer usb 2.0 flash drive handy sieno AH320 compressor up to 5x capacity , can anyone help me find it? new at this type of gadjet,, thanks..

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Here are your drivers, pick the version of your router.

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Click the link below for proper cable connections in setting up your wireless network. It also provides somewhat a checklist on what you need for wireless connectivity.

Then, configure your wireless connection. The following links provides the step by step instructions for each version of Windows:

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Windows 7.

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