I had the same problem on our laptop and I e-mailed them and this was there reply. I no longer own the laptop because we gave it to our grandson for Christmas this year but didn't never get around to do it. So I'll pass this e-mail along to you. Read below. Hope this helps you out. I am having problems just trying to install my netgear after the internet folks came to upgrade our dsl. I'll figure it out one of these days.
Here you go!
Thank you for contacting Belkin Technical Support.
We understand that your wireless computer is not able to detect your wireless
To resolve the issue we suggest you to please delete the Belkin folder from C:// and
then install it with the latest drivers from the website.
1. Right click on My computer Icon.
2. Click on properties.
3. Click on device manager tab.
4. Click on + sign next to network adapter.
5. Right click on Belkin adapter.
6. Click on remove.
7. Close all the windows.
8. Double click on My computer Icon.
9. Double click on C Drive.
10. Click on Program files.
11. Right click on Belkin folder.
12. Click on Delete.
13. Once it is done, please go to Add/Remove programs and uninstall the Belkin
Now, please try installing the latest software for the Belkin adapter from the URL
given below: http://www.belkin.co...p...lang=1
To install, double-click on the downloaded file. It is a self-extracting zip file.
Unzip the files to the default folder mentioned and follow the on-screen
We hope the information provided is helpful and that should fix the issue.
Teresa, if you need further assistance please feel free to write back to us and we
will be happy to assist you.
If you have any other questions or problems you may also call us toll free at
800-223-5546 (Ext. 2263). Alternatively, call us on 310 898 1100 (Ext. 2263)
Belkin Technical Support
NOTE: Thank you for choosing Belkin Components.
Please include original email when replying.
Edited by Harley Babie, 11 January 2007 - 12:31 PM.