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05-Jan-2009, 05:53 PM #1
Question Belkin Wireless adapter - LOST DISK
Hi there,

Ive got a laptop that im trying to link to my network and i'm trying to use a belkin wireless G USB network adapter that i had lying around. The probelm is i have lost the disk and need it to configure the settings and start using the adapter i think..

Is there anyway i can do it without the disk or how can i get the adapter to work with a simple download or something?

I can provide any information if needed..

Thanks for any help in advance.
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05-Jan-2009, 06:02 PM #2
Hi.

I have a Belkin wireless G Network Card for Desktop and the software is missing. I'm not sure if its the same for USB but I found if you go to www.belkin.com/support and select the product and the model and click on software and drivers you can find an up to date bundle and download it free. Just make sure it specifies SOFTWARE AND DRIVERS not just drivers and ensure that you select the the bundle that matches your version number.

Hope this helps
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05-Jan-2009, 06:11 PM #3
You need no software to configure a broadband router, I never even put the disk that comes with them in a computer.
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