When you see a Update Driver Warning dialog box, click on Yes button. Then click on Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. You can now connect to your WIFI. Frustration started to kicks in, I then downloaded a tool to detect my sysem hardware and found out that this device is a Ralink. After trying out all those drivers, still I have no luck and I could get the adapter to work. If you see two of them available, then choose the second one.
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Then click on Let me pick from a list of device llan on my computer. I even try to reboot the computer a few times, and going into device manager and uninstall the adapter but it just won’t work.
So I download this drivers from the asus site:. I then return to eBay and check out the item description, the description says that I have to download the drivers to have it running.
After trying out all those drivers, still I have no luck and I could get the adapter to work. As I did the manual installation from the driver update in the device manager, on one of the Windows I saw a button, and that button changes every thing. Because the USB doesn’t have any description on it mini wireless lan adapter usb 802.11n 150m it says You can now connect to your WIFI.
m Mini USB n/g/b WiFi Wireless LAN Card Adapter With CD Driver | eBay
Now wait for the installation to complete. Ok, before going any further I got to let you know that I am using this adapter on Windows 8. So I google for the drivers with the keyword adaptter ralink usb wireless lan driver “. On the right hand side Network Adatper list box, scroll down and choose But after the installation nothing happens.
After downloading and installing the driver from the link provided by the seller it wasn’t working. As I was about to give up, I thought maybe I just give it one more try of the manual installation and see if I have any luck. But I suspect it would work on other version of Windows too.
When you see a Update Driver Warning dialog box, click on Yes button. So I soldier on and look for other drivers, then I come across a suggestion where Mini wireless lan adapter usb 802.11n 150m can manually install the drivers. On the next screen in the Manufacturer list box, select Ralink Technology, Corp. Once it is working properly you should see a light lit up on the USB. On the next Update Driver Software dialog box, click on Browse my computer for driver software.
This is the button I am talking about ealier.
150m Mini USB 802.11n/g/b WiFi Wireless LAN Card Adapter With CD Driver
From the list of Common hardware types double click on Network Adatpers. Frustration lam to kicks in, I then downloaded a tool to detect my sysem hardware and found out that this device is a Ralink.
If you see two of them available, then choose the second one. Here’s what I did:. From the search result I attempted to install drivers from these links:.