pb600 April 25, 2010 at 14:20:27 Specs: Windows 7, Athlon 5000+ / 3 GB DDR2
Hi. I have a TP.Link WN321G USB wireless network adapter. I has worked fine but not I just doesn't. The adapter has stopped transmitting data (Its LED won0t fash anymore) thus windows reports there are no wireless networks available while my notebook can see and conect to my house's router. I have tried connecting and disconnecting it, updating and reinstalling the driver but I just won't work. Windows can see it properly on the device manager so I could "play" with the driver) but the little thing won't do anything beyond that. I have connected it to my notebook (win 7 too) and it doesn't work either (it is also recognized properly though), but on the same notebook running Ubuntu it works fine. Any help will be welcome. Thanks
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