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Linksys Notebook Adapters v2


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Riley927

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I have been using a Linksys Wireless G Router for several months with the wirless G adapters. I recently purchased a Linksys Expander and could not get it to work, their tech support is horrible. During the install process I must have done something because the WIrless G notebook card is no longer working in one of my PC, this one happens to be running Windows 2000. The Linksys tech support sent me a registry file cleaner however it did not work. I refuse to call them back, they are so freaking bad! All I want is some advice on what I can do to get my wireless card back up and running.

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todd333

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what is a linksys expander? try completely uninstalling the utility that came with it. then go to your device manager, and deleting the device from the device manager. restart, then reinstall the device.
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i had awesome support w/ linksys yesterday for a router. I spoke to 2 level 2 techs; the second one solved it. i'd try again, if they gave you a case #, don't use it start over and maybe ask for a level 2 tech.
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