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Windows 7: Belkin Network USB hub F5L009

31 Oct 2010   #31
DrEddie

Windows 7
 
 

The hub is designed to attach USB devices which are normally wired to a PC to have them connect via the router and be wireless. In regards to your setup, the USB webcam would have to be hard-wired to the belkin hub (the belkin hub has to be hard-wired to your wireless router which will then transmit the signal wirelessly. Think of the belkin USB hub as PC emulator which connects to USB devices to make them available on a network. The Belkin hub is not "wireless" in any way but enables you to connect other devices to a wireless router and become wireless. hope this helps


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09 Nov 2010   #32
Win7gebruiker

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Try using the software for Belkin Home Base F5L049, which is Windows 7 (32/64) compatible, with the F5L009.
According to Belkin Technical Support this should work.
Belkin : Support : F5L049 Home Base - Software and Drivers for Windows and Mac OS
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21 Nov 2010   #33
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

Hi
I've just registered to say a big thanks to SRANTA whose solution to upgrade the SXUPTP driver has worked on my windows vista 32bit pc. I used to experience lockups after a few minutes but it's now been fine for about 30 mins. Don't want to speak too soon but I think you've given me the solution I was looking for.
Thanks
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21 Nov 2010   #34
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

aaarrrrggggghhh - I think I may have spoken too soon - internet explorer has just stopped responding.
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22 Nov 2010   #35
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

ah ha - I think I may have found the solution. I've used device manager to uncheck 'allow the computer to turn off this device to save power' on the 5 USB Root Hubs associated with the Belking USB Hub and it seems to be working ok.
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25 Nov 2010   #36
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

Alas it's not worked. I am still experiencing loukups and windows explorer needing to restart with this belking usb hub, it really is a piece of junk.
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08 Dec 2010   #37
bugman840

7 pro 64 bit
 
 

Okay try this–it worked for me. If you have a USB 3.0 card update to the latest driver. Plug your USB hub into a port on that card. See your device now in the Device Manager?
I just did this with an old Belkin 4 port hub which was designed for Macintosh! I have a Kensington Expert Mouse plugged into the hub–Lord knows that this device has problems in Windows 7–and it works just as it did while plugged directly into my PC.
Just plugged in my Wacom Tablet–it’s working fine! Okay, input devices are working fine. Let’s try a printer. Wow! the interface on my Picture Mate Deluxe looks exactly like it does when the printer is plugged into my PC directly. And the photo I just printed? Exactly the same as those I printed previously.
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit, Renesas USB 3.0 Host Controller
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09 Dec 2010   #38
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

bugman840 - you don't seem to have read or grasped what this thread is about.

This post relates to a Belkin hub that connects to an Ethernet router - there are only client side usb ports - it can't be connected to a pc!!!!!!!!
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09 Dec 2010   #39
bugman840

7 pro 64 bit
 
 
Why can't Johnny read?

Actually, I grasped it just fine, oh arrogant ones. This is a USB hub! Says so right in the item description.
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09 Dec 2010   #40
bikeman

Vista Home Prem 32bit
 
 

jeeze aren't you one - this thread is all about the Belkin Network USB hub F5L009 - read up on it before you post again Belkin : Network USB Hub
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