I'm having real problems with this network adaptor. I'm using this on the new pc I've bought with a Vista OS. The adaptor finds th wireless router, but the system can't connect to the internet. After switching the router on and off again I can get on the net, but then even though the Properties read the connection as 54Mb, my download speeds are like a dial up connection.
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If you can connect to other network, then that means your wireless adapter is working fine. You said that you've changed the network recently, then that might be where the problem is. You'll need to update your wireless connection. I suggest you delete the existing wireless and start a new connection to your wireless network, using the new wireless key.
A network adaptor is an interface device that allows your PC to communicate with other computers and the internet. There are wireless and wired adaptors.
Wireless adaptors usually connect your PC to the network through a wireless router and modem. Wired adaptors (also known as ethernet adaptors) connect your PC to another computer, a router or a modem using a cable.
You just go to network connection and select your network connection. Just right click to it and go to properties. Configure it which suits you best (Do it if you know about dialling rules and near by dialing environment ie if this support the high speed prefer high speed and it support low spped then do low spped as it optimized the network utilizations.) You can also use network utilization tools available in tune up utility, etc whichever availabel in market.
One question, is... do you need to enter a KEY or is this an open network?
I have found that with a new computer, you need to do the following to connect.
If this is an open network, then leave your router running, and just do a cold boot with your computer.
IE: Shut down, count to 10, and then re-start.
You may also need to connect (by network cable) to your router and make sure the wireless is turned on.
Most new rountes start with the wireless disabled.
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Hi, sorry to hear you also having problems with the Belkin. I just bought exactly the same one and have just replaced it with a Netgear one as it didn`t work very well! Dont think the software is too good with Belkin but the encryption I used was TKIP (Belkin did work sometimes!) I also had a network key. sorry I cant help more-melanie