Go to Linksys® by Cisco » Home and find a driver for your model adapter and OS. Also, you can check what updates your PC took. If there was one for that adapter, roll it back to the previous version.I have a wireless g 2.4 ghz network adapter hooked up to one of my computers. After i clicked on an update for my computer it stoped working and will not reconnect. Any ideas what went wrong?
Why can't you use the computer you're on now to get the driver and copy it to a CD or a USB drive?I guess i will try to figure out what the comp did during the update. I have the origonal disk that came with the adapter and it still didnt work so im not sure the link will help. Besides that i cant get online with it to get the link access.
apd3190 I think he's trying to tell you to do that to get the driver from Linksys' site. Plus, this will be a good test to see if there may be other networking issues with the laptop. If plugged directly into the router or modem, then there are other issues with the laptop. He also suggested to plug it directly into the modem suggesting that it might be the router; but if the PC you are using now is going though the router, then it may be OK. Also, if the PC you are using now is on the same network and is wired, I would look at the wireless settings on either the laptop and/or the router/AP.
if you havent updated your drivers, forget all the other stuff said in this post (no offence intended to others who posted)...drivers are the key to all control over the device. Go to the link above, and find the driver updates..