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D-link USB wireless DWA-110 Vista 64-bit driver

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April 9, 2008 12:44:52 AM

I just bought the USB wireless donggle and when I tried it on my 64-bit PC, it didn't work because the "Vista certified" is only for 32-bit version. There's no driver for the dongle and even D-link website has no work around. It's kind of frustrated to know this only after I bought it. I search through the net and found no solution but a lot of people out there are having the same issue that I have.

After an hour or so, I didn't give up and finally I made it working. Here's what you need to do. Just search any 802.11g USB driver for Vista 64-bit. I have one here: http://www.downloadatoz.com/driver/download_3423231.html

Then go to the device manager, update the driver for the USB donggle. Select to install the driver manually, pick from the list as network adapter. Uncheck the show only compatible devices. Then, browse to the folder that you saved the driver. It will give a warning that it's not compatible but don't bother about that. After the installation, viola, it works! Though it does nto show as D-Link adapter, who cares as long as it works...
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a b F Wireless
May 8, 2008 10:58:13 PM

problem resorved :) 
July 27, 2008 7:30:27 AM

ok ok well i must be kinda dumb at this... spent well over 3hrs trying different things... i installed the exe file.. didnt work did few other things from different websites.. didnt work.. if im not ment to install the exe well where do i get the drivers from?? i cant load the downloaded file to get the drivers...

when ya say
"Then go to the device manager, update the driver for the USB donggle. Select to install the driver manually, pick from the list as network adapter. Uncheck the show only compatible devices. Then, browse to the folder that you saved the driver. It will give a warning that it's not compatible but don't bother about that. After the installation, viola, it works! Though it does nto show as D-Link adapter, who cares as long as it works..."
the green i can do easy... but then the red well where do i browse?? went to have disk then the folder i saved driver... but well like i said before its not a dll file nor inf which is wat they ask for.. so i must assume i downloaded the wrong thing from ya link... but cant think what else to download... i went to the other history page and downloaded the vers 3.0.1.0 cauz that was a zip file and kinda worked out but not connecting to my network... so guess its not fully correct... would love a reply kinda annoyed at it but not much else i can do...
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September 20, 2008 7:56:20 PM

It works, Man!!! thanks a lot! You just saved me some bucks!!! Come on, guys! u just have to follow the steps exactly as they are described above!

First, you install the driver downloaded! Then, u have to go to device mananger, find your device in there - as there is no driver for him available, it will be described as unknown device. Then, u have to click on it and choose update device! Select to install the driver manually, pick from the list tha wiil appear "network adapter." Uncheck the show only compatible devices! At this point, i didin't follow our friend! He says "Then, browse to the folder that you saved the driver." I just have to find, in the list of devices shown, the option Realink and inside Realink the option 802.11 g usb stick, and that is because the driver you just downloaded - the driver rubikian indicated - is a Realink driver! Good Luck!!!
January 22, 2009 2:30:38 PM

sir, would u like send me a drive of D-link USB wireless DWA-110 Vista 64-bit driver i cant download, plx help
cg0705@msn.com
February 9, 2009 3:36:49 AM

hi

i want to D-link USB wireless DWA-110 windows 7- 64-bit driver
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
May 20, 2009 7:07:26 AM

*uninstall all dlink drivers and applications using the dlink driver setup program
*plug in your wireless device and let windos install the driver
*go to your network and sharing centre
*manage wireless connections and create the connection to your router manually
*name and password case sensitive
*install dlink app and driver and there you go
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
May 20, 2009 7:08:03 AM

tried and tested quite a few times
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