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Wireless N Usb Adapter Keeps Asking To Be Installed.


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#1 raidencmc

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 09:50 PM

I have a friend who has a d link wireless router. They had trouble getting it up and running and went to see what I could do. I ended up resetting everything and installed everything as if it had never been installed before. After I set it up it worked fine. I rebooted the laptop and it worked great. Disconnected the USB wireless adapter and reconnected it and it still worked. After leaving I got a call and what had happened was after the adapter was disconnected and reconnected it would not connect. When they connected the adapter it acted like it was the first time it had been connected and ran the wizard that searches for drivers. I am going over tomorrow to take a look. What info do you need to help me out?

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#2 hamluis

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Posted 11 February 2008 - 08:25 AM

If you are saying that you employed the same procedures...that your friend is alleged to have employed...and the results are totally diametrical...I would say that it's user error.

Second guess: Failing hardware, it happens. I would take a 2d adapter to check it out.

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