I'm having really hard time getting my USB wlan adapter(s) working in Windows 7 64 bit (Home Premium). I have tried 3 different ones that all should have working drivers
The one that I've had most success (actually showing up as wlan adapter \o/) is Buffalo WirelessN-Nfiniti WLI-UC-G300N. I've downloaded Windows 7 x64 drivers from Buffalo Technology - Support - Downloads
I run the autorun application and install the driver
. Driver installer finishes installation successfully (or at least is says so), but Windows itself pops up note saying that "Driver installation failed" (not sure about correct wording as the Windows is running in my native language, not english) and the adapter doesn't work.
Any ideas what to do? My next plan is to connect computer to internet via cables and update windows, but I really don't have high hopes that it will work.
Other two adapters that I've tried are:
Asus WL-167G EDIT: Solution found. Problem was not the USB wlan adapter or Windows 7 but Asus P7P55D motherboard. It has some issues with USB. So download new bios from:
Unzip the file and copy .ROM file to your USB memorycard (and leave it to machine). Don't read the bios updater manual. It talks something about making boot disk. It's not required at all. Boot the machine to bios. Under the utilities there is EUpdater2 or comething like that. It can be used to update bios. Just select the .ROM file and flash it. When the computer next time boots your problems are solved.