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Windows 7: Usb wlan adapters not working with Windows 7 64 bit professional

22 Dec 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,

Try using MSE Msoft security essentials, it's good because it doesn't cause these types of problems.

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22 Dec 2010   #12

windows 7 professional 64 bit

Thanks for the tip, I will give it a try.
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09 Jul 2011   #13
dcr computer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hey nohope!

Registered to say a big thank you. Customer has laptop, had to reinstall Vista.

Symptoms: no wireless networks detected although clearly there on other units. No driver conflicts or wifi problems shown.

Couldn't get wireless to work although tried various drivers in differing orders, Windows all the time saying everything was fine. Tried internal wireless, even replaced it with another and tried wireless adapter instead. All no joy, thought it might have been mobo.

Guess what! Uninstalled ZoneAlarm Free and WE'RE BACK!!!!! Funny, had tried disabling it and have had no problems on other units. However, another tool for the box should it happen again.

All the best,

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04 Nov 2011   #14
jason pan

windows 7 ultimate x64

Hi nohope..Im facing most likely the same problem with u. ive just purchased my new asus usb-n13 wireless adapter and failed to install its driver..i got try to go into the internet and search for the driver downaload and reinstall it again bt still failed..b4 this adapter i was using a belkin f5d adapter and its the 1st adapter for mine this pc(windows 7 ultimate x64)and its for until nw bt this belkin adapter seems to be having alot problems so i was going to buy the new asus usb-n13 wireless adapter...i ald saw ur thread bt i still cant gets a solution of fixing it and im not vry familiar to this kind of stuff....hope i can get some advice from u soon...thx^^
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