I don't know how computer savy the users of tl.net are but I have this computer problem. I had to reinstall windows so I did.
Instead of installing vista, I installed Win Xp 64 bit edition.I installed most of the drivers but I can't get the driver for my wireless card to work.
It's the rosewill Rnx G300e, I've gone to their official site and downloaded the drivers but when I did, it still doesn't work.
I've gone on the net but I can't find enough information because those who've had the problem solved it by going to the official site.
Also, whenever I turn on the computer, I get a message that windows found new hardware but it can't name it. It says it's found hardware called "unknown", I'm guessing it's the wireless card but it still can't find the drivers.
Has anybody had the same problem or can somebody help me out?
Try calling them? I's stumped >.< I was gonna suggest installing from the manufacture's site instead of straight from the CD cuz the one on the site is obviously updated but you did that. Hmm, try reading through this..
I used to mess around with the 64 bit XP too, and I can only say that, well, driver problems do exist. For example, Terratec officially announced on their site that they weren't planning on ever implementing XP64 drivers for my sound card. I also never got Daemon Tools or any anti-virus software to run. Maybe it's better now (I tried the beta trial version about 3-4 years ago!), but I suggest you just go back to the mainstream OS of your choice.
Last edit: 2009-07-03 06:11:25
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