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Error - Unable To Find Network Adapter

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#1 Kayzee


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Posted 04 February 2006 - 01:23 PM

I have only one desktop computer on my home wireless system. It is connected to a wireless router with a wireless keyboard and mouse. I attempted to install McAfee Wireless Home Network Security software and was unable to install when an error message reported "unable to find network adapter". I am not knowledgeable about the networks, but is it telling me that I need an adapter in addition to the router and wireless card in the CPU? The system connects to the internet with no problem at all. The router is a Netgear WGT 614 v.5. I contacted McAfee and they were not helpful. They asked me what is the firmware of the router. I have no idea what firmware is - they would not discuss it any further. Can anyone shed light on this?

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#2 River_Rat


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Posted 04 February 2006 - 01:45 PM

Can anyone shed light on this?

Save your money!!! :thumbsup:

Post make & Model of your router.

Set up WPA with MAC filtering in your router interface.

Need help let us know.


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