With non-moron AND non-confusing tools? I will help, but not going to be online until very later or tomorrow, before I can get back to you? ScYcS , Feb 7, Chances are you’ll see some unknown network device maybe labeled ndis wrapper or something. Do you already have an account?

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Intel Architecture Day. Belkin has many many wireless usb devices with many different chipsets and that was the only way ivsta make my wireless Asus USB adapter work.

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Did you try using the “bare drivers” instead i. Double click the driver download to extract it. Ok, I’m going to upgrade from Vista to Windows 7. LhasaCMFeb 7, At this point – I think the best you can hope aar is to uninstall the utility assuming it is installed and try using Vista’s built in tools to set up your connection Power off your device.


LhasaCMFeb 6, Thanks to GoogleI found the product page. Visit our Driver Support Page for helpful step-by-step videos.

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They add hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. Yes, my password is: Sometimes I lose the connection for a while, but I don’t think it’s the drivers, though. Well, the Vista drivers work. ScYcSFeb 7, Asus a big thumbs down.

Everything’s ok, but I’m a bit confused about the wireless. Browse the list below to find the driver that meets your needs.

BlackHawk22Feb 6, Vists can I get vista compatible ones? Please – somebody help me out here UBXMasterFeb 28, Did you upgrade from XP or is it a fresh install?

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If you are having trouble deciding which is the right driver, try the Driver Update Utility for AR I’m upgrading to Win7 Ultimate 32bit. Disconnect the device from your computer.


No, create an account now. Feb 6, 4. Yes, my password is: Assuming there’s nothing in Vista, you could try the bare XP drivers there.

Soem devices have built-in support. DavidGPFeb 25, Yeah, i said Belkin and not Airlink. Feb 6, 5.