Vista,XP and Wireless home networking

  sikefula 13:42 02 Apr 07
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I have 3 Pcs connected to an WLan via a Belkin router on a Virgin Media broadband. Before getting delivery of the new Vista Pc,all Pcs were working on the wireless network fine.

However,the new Vista Pc is not able to join the network using a Belkin Wlan G USb Adaptor model no.F5D7050-is this adaptor Vista compatible at all?. What else do I need to do to get my new Vista Pc on the Wlan. Do I need a new Wireless adaptor?

Anybody had a similar problem?

Cheers!

  sikefula 20:33 02 Apr 07

cheers!..Belkin Support is the best in the world!
If anybody wants to know how,post back here and I will tell you how to do get it working..

thanks..

  deke 23:40 02 Apr 07

I would be interested to see how you did it

thanks

  sikefula 01:33 03 Apr 07

am glad to assist,like this:

1. shut down Pc
2.insert Wlan adaptor
3.reboot
4.insert CD-DONT run software
5.find new hardware option
6.click Next,once finished
7.click on Start
8.click on Control Panel
9.click on Network Connections/Network & Internet
10,right click on Wireless Network Connections
11.click on View Available Network Connections
12.right click on Network name
13.click Connect
14.if WPA-enabled-input same Network key
15 click CONNECT

-connected first time-no probs. at all

good luck and Cheers!

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