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BELKIN F5D7050_V4 wireless network adapter

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ke2343, Jun 14, 2007.

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  1. ke2343

    ke2343 Thread Starter

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    my network adapter has worked ever since i got it a year ago, but today i decided to get all the dust and build up out from the inside, so i unplugged everything and did so, and now when i plugged everything back in i get the found new hardware for my network card so i put in the cd and it said it was not digitally signed by microsoft, i clicked install anyway and it wont find the files on the disc to complete the install. I restored the computer to a previous day and nothin changed, and my wireless network i was using was erased somehow. I also downloaded the driver system file it was asking for on the cd "BLKWGU.sys" but now it doesnt even recognize that its a network adapter so it doesnt ask for that file anymore, it asks for the .inf file but when i point it to the correct location it says the information needed to complete setup is not in there. if anyone can help please do, it would be greatly appreciated!

    Belkin F5D7050_V4 is the model number

    Thank you
     
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  3. ke2343

    ke2343 Thread Starter

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    Thank you for the advice, but i have actually already tried both of those and it wont recognized the driver...?????
     
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    hmm...are there any other devices in device manager with the error exclamation point by them, such as usb? maybe try updating your usb devices anyway. your adapter does connect via usb right?
     
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    If you did your cleaning with anything other than compressed air you may have bent, or otherwise messed up, a pin in the adapter or port.
     
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