Problem with Zyair G-220

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by MetraMike, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. MetraMike

    MetraMike New Member

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    Has anybody successfully upgraded to Windows 7, using this router connecter ?

    I cannot find any help on all the forums I have visited and also cannot find an updated driver to download.

    As a last resort I will have to buy a new adapter but I hope this is not necessary.

    Please help - I am getting so desperate, I am having to use my wife's laptop just to post this message !

    Thanks, MetraMike
     
  2. Trouble

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    The latest thing I can find with the information provided looks like XP drivers from August 2006. That's probably not going to cut it. There may be other resources out there if you can copy and paste the actual hardware IDs for the device into your next post.
    Open device manager, right click the device, choose properties, then details tab, switch drop down to hardware ids, right click inside the value box and choose select all, right click again and choose copy. Paste it into your next post and either I or someone will try to find something better in the way of drivers if possible.
     
  3. MetraMike

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I can't do copy and paste because I can't use my Windows 7 computer for the internet !

    However, I can tell you that all there is in the Value box is :- ZyAIR G-220.

    I have discovered that this categorised as a legacy product and it looks like I am just going to have to splash out on a new modern version.
     
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    I simply thought that since we were communicating on the internet that you either had an alternate connection for the problem PC, or another machine to which you could tranfer a notepad file that you had created with the information in it from the problem computer perhaps using a thumb drive. Sorry.

    Definitely legacy hardware and a good decision to upgrade. You'll undoubtedly save yourself a lot of time and headache.
    Good Luck and keep us posted.
    Randy
     
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