Posted 05 January 2007 - 04:37 AM
I own a DLink DWL-G122 wireless USB adapter for my laptop.
In the past, upon slotting the gadget into any of the USB ports, there will be a light to signal that the gadget is connected and recognised by the OS. I have used the installation CD to perform a proper installation.
I think, after performing a System Restore a couple of weeks ago, the entire program has disappeared. As I have been travelling between 2 countries, I left my installation CD behind and now, I desperately need the gadget to work.
I've tried visiting DLink's website to download the relevant drivers, which I did and then executed the program to install. The AirPlus Utility is installed, but upon double-clicking it, there is no response.
Whenever I insert the gadget into any of the USB ports, it is always with the same message: USB Device Not Recognised.
I have tried opening up Device Manager, clicked on the Properties of the Unknown Port and tried to install the drivers manually, but to no effect. I tried Windows Update but to no effect either.
So, I'm left wondering... are the drivers useless unless I have the Installation CD? If so, how can I get a copy of the CD alone?