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BELKIN MISCONFIGURED? HI I'M HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY WIRELESS ADAPTER,IT WAS WORKING JUST FINE AND NOW WHENEVER YOU PLUG IT IN TO ANY USB PORT IT READS IT AS A USB DEVICE AND NOT BELKIN WIRELESS ADAPTER LIKE IT IS SUPPOSE TO...I HAVE THE DISC. AND AM ABLE TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE BUT IT STILL READS USB DEVICE WHEN THE FOUND NEW HARDWARE POPS UP. ANY POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS IN FIXING THIS WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

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  • alwis Feb 05, 2008

    i have belkin same wireless adapter. when ever i plug to usb port it start to work fr two minutes and disconnecting. i tried to up date but i couldnt do it.any solution

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Uninstall the old installation of the driver and the restart the pc. disconnect the belkin and install the software of the belkin.After installation insert the belkin device and let the system detect it. if this act thesame then maybe you update the driver of your belkin here you can download: http://www.belkin.com/support/

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