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Linksys Wireless G USB adapter


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exarro

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i got one of these wireless-g wusb54gc for a windows 7 64-bit pc.
i attempted to install the driver from the disc. naturally, it didn't install any device drivers or software.
so i went to the linksys website and downloaded and installed the latest v3 drivers for window 7 64-bit.
aaaand..... the device still doesn't work. windows recognizes it but it can't see any networks. i troubleshot it and windows said "there might a problem with the device driver"
what now?

Edited by exarro, 16 May 2010 - 05:18 PM.

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Make sure that you have downloaded the correct version of driver. Uninstalla nd reinstall the driver.Type "services.msc" in RUN command and find "wireless zero configuration" in services page and right click and Restart it and then check.
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it was kaspersky antivirus.
one of the kav components called "kaspersky antivirus NDIS filter 6". went into the adapter's properties and unchecked it.
this may have been what was causing my connection problems before with my old adapter.

Edited by exarro, 19 May 2010 - 07:01 PM.

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