Okay, so I've read around the forums and noticed that a lot of people have had a lot of problems regarding wireless connectivity - most of which were related to drivers
...well, I've got a problem too, but I don't think it's my driver
... As a note, I'm not using the one provided with the Windows 7 install (it didn't seem to work), instead using a driver I got online with Vista.
Some quick info: I am running both Vista and Windows 7 on one computer - dual booting between the two. The wireless adapter works in Vista but not in Windows 7.
I'm using a Linksys WUSB54G Ver.4 USB wireless adapter - It worked in XP, it works in Vista, but it doesn't seem to work in Windows 7. At first I had a driver problem, but quickly fixed that by following some advice in this forum. In my device manager the adapter appears, does not have a exclamation point or etc, and when I check the properties, it says "The device is working properly".
That said, when I check for any wireless signals, I don't see any (in Vista, I can see 2: my own and my neighbors). I've tried manually adding the network with all its info (SSN, WPA-2 Personal, and the key) but to no avail. When I rightclick and say to check for solutions it tells me to make sure to flip the switch on the side of my computer or use the function keys to turn on the adapter (as if I were using a laptop).
I've tried unplugging/replugging the adapter in, full restarts, turning off the powersaving thing where it may turn off the adapter, all with no luck. If anyone has any ideas, I'd appreciate the assistance.
Once again, I believe I have a working driver, but if someone has the same device and it works then feel free to point me in the direction of the driver you have and I'll test that one out just in case...