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netgear wna3100 n-300 driver stops working


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i have a netgear wna3100 n-300 wireless adapter and for some reason after some time of installing the latest driver for it it just stops working then i have to uninstall and reinstall it so i know the device is still just fine im using windows xp on a mpc clientpro 375 please help
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Hi TrueEvangelionLover have you already tried to manually update the Windows 8 drivers that you have dowloaded from the Device Manager? Try to right-click on the NETGEAR adapter model that should appear under Network adapters or other devices from the Device Manager then choose 'Update Driver Software' then browse your computer for the driver software.
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Oops I have Windows 8 on the brain at the moment I meant using Windows XP Control Panel then selecting the device manager as above.
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tried every thing even that so i said screw it and checked to see if my computer can run windows 7 pro and i can so i reformated to that and its working so far i just have troubles downloading large files so problem sorta solved but thanks anyway
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oh and how do i end this topic since i dont realy need any help on this
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tried every thing even that so i said screw it and checked to see if my computer can run windows 7 pro and i can so i reformated to that and its working so far i just have troubles downloading large files so problem sorta solved but thanks anyway


Yes I have great trouble downloading large files too. I can never tell how long it's going to take!
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