Added usb wan n adapter to a wan g laptop but cant get it to work Tags: Configuration Laptops WAN WiFi Wireless Networking ijwia July 14, 2012 9:09:20 AM i have got a integrated wifi g in my laptop and it worked great however i added a wifi n usb adapter so i could benefit from my new wireless n router and get greater speeds but i can't for the life of me get the new wifi n adapter to take over the running of my laptops network or internet i tried deleting the wireless network 1 and disabling the intergrated wifi g adapter and restarting the machine but it only allows the wireless network 2 access for a short time then it cuts off with an x in it in the taskbar in windows 7 premium in troubleshoot problems, resetting the adapter brings the network back online for a minute then it loses connection again can anyone help me with this ??? maybe give me a run through ??? thanks ijwia More about : added usb wan adapter wan laptop work Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum802.11 G , Gigabit WAN , USB Print Server - Advice ForumWAN & LAN ForumHow to LAN & WAN on same computer ForumCombining two networks on one WAN IP address ForumLinksys WET610 N Bridge to Sonicwall TZ180 Wan Port ForumWin 7 - Dual WAN on Desktop PC - automatic failover? ForumLAN/ WAN issues with Home Network ForumSet up PC as WAN ForumTwo networks one LAN one WAN different subnets wan for internet ForumEntire Network Upgrade 10/100 to Gigabit g /b to - n ForumIsn\'t the overall Internet connection speeds limited to WAN speed of the router ForumWAN and LAN would be nice ForumCan I bridge 1 LAN and 2 WAN computers and still access internet? ForumBest wireless network card for my router? ForumWhy i can use my at&t cell to connect 2 ps3 online gaming no problem. But if ForumCant get internet on my wireles book windows ce ForumMy laptop does not recognize my westell 7500 wireless router/modem Forum[Solved] USB Wireless Adapter compatible to my network? ForumLaptop stuck on \ ForumWhich adapter? More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !