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Wireless Card Problems


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#1 wesley99

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Posted 02 January 2006 - 04:44 PM

I first time poster to this site and I am having a lot of problem with a wireless card. I have a Falcon Northwest computer with 2 PCI slots running Windows Xp. I Recently bought a D-Link G 54Air plus G Desktop Adapter for my computer. I have followed the directions exact and when it comes to booting up my computer and having the card found it will not find it. I have absolutly no idea what the problem could be. The Drivers were installed right and the card was installed right. The PC just wont read it. Anyone have an idea what could be wrong? if you need a more info ill be happy to provide it. Thanks

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#2 unrepper

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Posted 02 January 2006 - 09:10 PM

Power down the PC
Remove the card
Power up PC and insert the disk
Click install drivers
Yes, you want to remover the software and stuff
Reboot PC
Install disk again
Install drivers
Remove the disk
Reboot PC
Power down the PC
Install the card
Power up PC
PC should recognize new hardware
Install drivers automatically


Post back if this doesn't work
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