Help, is my Linksys Wireless G PCI adapter broken?

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by exhilator, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. exhilator

    exhilator Guest

    I have a WMP54GS.I was surfing the net two days ago when my wireless connection suddenly dropped. So after nothing works I decide to uninstall the drivers and reinstall again, and again it can't find my wireless network. Well somehow it does find it but it says 'no signal'. I tried to put it into a different PCI slot but that doesn't help either. Is it my adapter or maybe I just have to replace the antenna? BTW, my laptop with an Intel 2200 wireless adapter connects perfectly to my router so it's not a router problem.
  2. Ves007

    Ves007 Network Guru Member

    Same here

    I have the same thing (sort of) My connection won't hold longer then 5-6 hours then is disconnects. But my Laptop with the same built in wireless card as you have doesn't have this. I am still trying every thing possible to see if it can hold for 24 hours atleast. But what would I have expected from a WAG54G and a WMP54G :(
  3. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    Best guess is the adapter has an issue.

    Get a new card - if it fixes the issue RMA the old one and you will have a spare
  4. howardp6

    howardp6 Network Guru Member

    I had a problem with a WMP54G v2.0 not the WMP54GS. The bluetooth collaboration had to be disabled on it for it to work. I also had problems with interupt conflict with it I had to unplug the computer, remove the the WMP54G, reconnect the computer and power it up. Unplug the computer and re-insert the WMP54G and power the computer back up. I was getting a status 10 on the computer system event log and on the device in device manager,
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