DYNEX (DX-EBDTC) Not Connected Status !!!

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  • samdazz

    I’m running Win XP SP2, This Wireless Network Card is properly installed and device is working properly but its LED does not come ON, no TX/RX lights. I already checked and card is plugged firmly into the PCI slot of PC. Device Manager also list it without any errors.

    This card stays in “Not Connected” status. I tried to use “Repair Connection”, Disable/Enable the card but no luck. I also tried to check/uncheck the Radio Option as well. I also tried to use its own software to get online but the actual Network Card status needs to be changed else nothing could be done. I also tried manually putting IP addresses but no luck either.

    I’ve an iPOD and that connects to my router easily even from much farther distance. It surfs the internet without issues, so Router config can’t be the issue.

    I’d like to use my PC using this card (dx-ebdtc) to connect to my another PC which has a Wireless Router B catagory. This card supports B and G networks. Is there any tweak I’ve to do to get it running? How I can get it to Connected Status?

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