wireless driver on xp

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traveljane

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Hi guys..I have installed 2 of these on xp already but this 3rd computer just won't recognize the driver. What's the deal? It is D link DWL 520 A revision. I even went to the website and downloaded the updated driver. There is still a yellow questionmark next to Dlink adapter in the hardware devices. I also ordered a bios update for this computer and that won't work. The computer is not that old..what can I do?
 
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Try swapping cards over with a known good pc, it maybe a hardware fault
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Try right-clicking on the questionmark icon for your dlink in device manager. Select update driver. Select, install from specific location. Pick don't search, I'll choose driver. Click button for have disk. Point that at the install CD (or the driecory it installed files to). You may need to select the correct subdirectory.

Also, when you double click on the questionmark icon in dev mgr.... What does it say for status?
 

traveljane

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I already did this half a dozen times.
The status box says the driver has not been loaded code 28


mtown_onsite said:
Try right-clicking on the questionmark icon for your dlink in device manager. Select update driver. Select, install from specific location. Pick don't search, I'll choose driver. Click button for have disk. Point that at the install CD (or the driecory it installed files to). You may need to select the correct subdirectory.

Also, when you double click on the questionmark icon in dev mgr.... What does it say for status?
 
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