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Windows 7: WUA 2340 Driver issue


04 Dec 2009   #1

Windows 7
 
 
WUA 2340 Driver issue

Hello, I am currently using the D-Link Wua 2340 wireless G adapter on my desktop but recently have been experiencing issues.
I had been getting BSOD so another user told me it was the drivers for the adapter so I uninstalled them and downloaded the most recent version, but when I try to install them it comes to a step where it says "insert your new hardware and click next". So I plug it in and click next but it says it's unplugged. I have tried multiple times uninstalling/re-installing running in compatibility for Windows Vista/XP. Everything I can think of. I also tried using device manager to update the drivers but it says they are already the most recent. The adapter worked before I uninstalled the drivers but now I need to run an ugly Ethernet cord around my house for internet

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05 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

You could try to do a System Restore, using one of the restore points just before you removed the good working driver.
System Restore

Best regards,

zx81
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30 Nov 2010   #3

 
 
D-Link WUA-2340 & Windows 7 Compatability

I Have Recently Installed Windows 7 Ultimate On My Dell Optiplex 755 And Cannot Get It To Accept My D-Link WUA 2340 USB Wireless Device. All D-Link Has For Drivers Is The Same Ones For XP Which Is V.1.50. Is There Any Other Drivers Out There That Will Work For This Device & Windows 7, Have Tried Running In Compatability Mode, NO JOY??? It Says On The Website For D-Link That The END OF LIFE For This Device Was Sept. 2010. Are They Just Leaving Us Hang With There Product Or What?? Any Advice Would Be Appreciated. TIA.
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01 Jan 2011   #4

Windows 7 Home x64
 
 
Buy a new adapter

I recently purchased a new desktop with windows 7 home x64 and have similar problems. The adapter actually seems to work for a few hours until I get the BSOD. I'm giving up and buying a new adapter, hopefully one with drivers specifically for windows 7. If you're really stubborn than look into the windows 7 virtual wifi adapter. Disabling this may prevent the BSOD but it may also disable some networking capabilities.
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