Wireless device not showing on Device Manager Hello there. I removed it from that laptop cuz it already has a working wireless connection and plugged into my main desktop with the drivers on a memory flash, I got it running until I started downloading something and got a BSOD then I reboot the pc and it wasn’t able to connect to the net and every time I disabled the device to enable it again got BSOD all the way The next screen after that is self-explanatory. Can wired network device speak to wireless device? It is running Windows
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The next screen after that is self-explanatory. Don’t get this device either: After almost an year repairing, and 3 Intel motherboards later, the Similar help and support threads Thread Forum What do I have I removed it from that laptop cuz it already has a working wireless connection and plugged into my main desktop with the drivers on a memory flash, I got it running until I started downloading something and got a BSOD then I reboot the pc and it wasn’t able to connect to the net and every time I disabled the device to enable it again got BSOD all the way I uninstalled everything and got it running again I really do not know what it is I think it is my wireless card.
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In my device manager it says I have an intel centrino wireless- vv2 wi maxbut it does not have a driver for it. The time now is I have 3 computers on my network, all through a wireless connection.
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Can I get the XBox to “see” the media folders on the netbook to play music etc. It is running Windows I got a TEWUB V2 device and installed it in my Dell Inspiron running Win7 with an alternative Ethernet connection to internet, so I plugged it and Windows told me instantly “the device is not going to work” so I tried installing the drivers from TRENDnet and got a BSOF, I uninstalled everything and plugged it again, I waited a few seconds and windows told me that there are alternate drivers for the device that I should try, so I went over the other manufacturer website and downloaded the other drivers, surprise they worked and the brand is totally different is not TRENDnet, its from silicon integrated Systems so kinda weird if anyone need teew drivers just ask.
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Don’t really know what happened but never really worked out; I tested it in WinXp system and failed System Health Report says A device is disabled preventing it from working properly. User Name Remember Me? Find More Posts by Ertyno. All times are GMT So I do not recommend to get this device it’s kinda crappy. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. What do I have Any how I went to dell to Hi Might be a stoopid question It went black and nothing made it come back, even though Windows still booted sounds came up and everything.