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May 8, 2007, 10:14 am
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I hope somone can help me with a wireless problem I am having.
I bought a DLink DWL-G122 H/W Ver:C1 a couple of weeks ago and
installed it from the supplied CD. After a bit of fiddling about, it
worked fine, and I was very happy with it.
My machine is a Sony Vaio PC running XP SP1.
However last night, I rebooted the machine, and the device was not
detected, "unrecognized USB device". The configuration utility for the
device would simply not run. No idea what has caused this.
As I thought there must be an installation problem, I uninstalled the
software using the DLink Uninstall command, rebooted the PC and tried
to reinstalled from the CD. The installation appeared to be
a) The device manager showed no wireless network adapter
b) when I plugged in the dongle and rebooted again, the usb device was
It seems that the drivers have not been installed properly, but I
really don't know what to do next. I checked the registry that the
uninstalled worked OK, and the install creates a directory of driver
files in its own DLINK hierarchy. It seems that these are not being
copied to the right place or something.
Can anyone help ?
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