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July 6, 2008, 2:40 am
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was and is a know D-Link problem. A DLL file had been overwritten by the
update and placed the software over a table and was giving it a continual
D-Link have issued an updated driver to see off this problem but for the
life of me (some 18 years experience with comps and building) I just cannot
get that little blighter installed.
I use the standard update driver method but just cannot get it to work. Now
when I use update driver, I aim the search for the new driver, it goes
through all the routine but just does not update it. Then it tells me the
driver installed is the newest one available yet I know it aint.
How do I get this thing installed.....HELP.
Re: D-Link driver problem.
Instead of having Windows search for it, choose "Install the hardware
that I manually select from a list" option. Once you select the
Hardware Type, there will be a "Have Disk" button that you can use to
point to your new driver. It may not work, it may screw up your machine
worse, but at least you'll be able to make your intention clear.
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