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Old April 16th 11, 04:24 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
metspitzer
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Default I am trying to get a USB network adapter going

My niece gave me a network adapter. There is no disk. It is a
Linksys WUSB600n. The driver site wanted to know if it was version 1
or 2. I can find no version number on it. I assume that makes it
version 1.

I went to Cisco's web site and downloaded this file.
http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/w...s/lbc/WUSB600N
The adapter I have says....Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter
and it says Linksys Cisco, but it doesn't look like the one in the
picture.

I extracted the file to the desktop It makes a folder called
WUSB600Nv2-Win7_3.0.10.0-01182010 And two sub folders
The one I used was Win7_32_v3.0.10.0
The files are listed in this screen shot
http://img858.imageshack.us/i/0079h.jpg/
Before I put the adapter in, I right clicked on netr28u.inf and picked
install. Nothing seemed to happen.

When I put the adapter in the port I got a message that it wanted to
install drivers, but it didn't find any.

Now when I put in the adapter nothing happens.

Suggestions?

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