Installing wireless-G usb to windows 7

Hello, I am using windows 7 and I'm trying to install my wireless-G usb network adapter.
I followed the instructions on the booklet and have gone to the step where I connect the adapter after installation, but when I click on next afterwards, the "creating profile" screen doesn't appear.
And when I click on the wireless manager on the start up list, nothing comes up.
Is it because the program isn't compatible with windows 7?
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  1. Your analysis is probably correct. Obviously, worth visiting adapter manufacturer's website to see if Win7 driver is likely soon.

    Alternatively Google the name/model number of your adapter and the word chipset and see if any suggestions as t chipset manufacturer comes up, then pursue that and see if anyone has found a Win7 driver for the chipset -- that driver may do the trick with your adapter.

    Sadly, there are already a lot of people looking for drivers for devices for Win 7 that Microsoft have overlooked -- it was the same with Vista.

    These adapters are now so cheap that it may be simpler to buy a new one that includes a Win 7 driver.
  2. Karentyyau,

    It could be because the application is not compatible with Windows 7 -- yes. Try this: Go into device manager, right click on the adapter (the one with the exclamation point) and select "update driver software." Let Windows 7 search for the drivers and you should be all good to go.

    Should you require additional assistance Microsoft does have an official Windows 7 Support Forum located here http://tinyurl.com/9fhdl5. It is supported by product specialists as well as engineers and support teams. You may want to check the threads there for additional support.

    Jessica
    Microsoft Windows Client Team
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