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Reinstalling Belkin Usb 802.11g Wireless

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#1 elmikeg


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Posted 31 August 2006 - 02:40 PM

The damned Labtec webcam! First I couldn't find the driver for it, and I tried to install a Logitech one, then I did find a driver but it did not work, and then I found my internet connection had gone!
I have gone round in circles. At present I have the Belkin 54 Mb Wireless USB shown without error in Device Manager. But where I think the software should be in Program Files/Belkin, I have only a Flash Reader-writer and no files :thumbsup: . At one stage when installing I saw a lot of files going in including the Wlancfgg.exe about which a message kept coming up. I found something in this web site about that and followed the instructions, removing the device and reinstalling by getting the driver from the official CD. Now I don't have the message but also there is no program to run the Belkin monitor. In Network connections I am up to wireless connection number 7 and the properties show the wrong IP address. Previously I reset this (IP), but the connection is encrypted and I have no Belking software to reset it with. If I do Add or Remove programs Belkin isn't there.
I have cleaned the registry and rebooted a hundred times.
This has worked perfectly for a year until now!
Any advice greatly appreciated.

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