20 Most Recent NetGear WG111T 108 Mbps 802.11g Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter (NETWNGWG111T) Questions & Answers


Soo what does MIL computer device manager say?

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Feb 27, 2017


try activating the network connection then restart the computer, if that does not work, your explorer may need to be re-installed.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Sep 28, 2010


I've had a similar problem with a USB wireless adapter working ok for over a year and it recently stopped connecting because it would keep scanning different channels every 30 seconds or so.

The solution that worked for me was to change the default radio channel on the access point (for my netgear router I did this by logging on to 192.168.1.1 and changing the settings in there).

Changing the channel from the default 11 to (lucky) 7 did the trick. The router notes say that changing channels may help if another access point is interfering with the signal, and my issue only cropped up when some new neighbors moved in so my best guess is they were also using channel 11. Hope this helps.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Oct 12, 2009


i had the same problem. i tryed downloading the sofware from other computer and install it on the wireless computer. finally i just connected it directly to a lan line and update drivers with windows

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Sep 14, 2009


It's impossible that the wireless router cannot detect your wireless adapter wg111t.
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You try to test another one if still have a problem connecting with your wireless router.
If that router can see another wireless network available then maybe your Netgear wireless adapter have a problem incomplete installation or the wireless device is defective.
I have encounter like this before so maybe it's the same with.
Hope my tip will help you a lot.
Good luck!
Please rate me.
Thank you.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Sep 14, 2009


Wireless Adapter Installation

A. Install the software.

Note: Firewall and anti-spyware need to be disabled. They sometimes treat software installation as a behavior of a spyware and therefore will prevent installation.

Windows XP:

1. Please power on your computer. Allow the operating system to boot up completely and log in as needed.
2. Insert the NETGEAR adapter Resource CD into your CD-ROM drive. The CD main page shown at the right will then load.
3. Click the Install Driver & Utility.
4. Please make sure that you follow the Install Shield Wizard steps. Click Finish when done and turn off your computer.

Windows 2000/ME/Win98SE:

Note: Windows 2000 may require you to be logged on with administrator rights.

1. Please power on your computer. Allow the operating system to boot up completely and log in as needed.
2. Insert the NETGEAR adapter resource CD into your CD-ROM drive. The setup page will then load.
3. Afterwards, click on the Install Driver & Utility link.
4. Make sure to follow the Install Shield Wizard steps, and click Finish when done to restart your computer.

B. Install the adapter.

Windows XP:

1. Please make sure that you shut down the PC first and then remove the power cord.
2. Please insert the NETGEAR adapter into the available expansion slot.

Note: If you have PCI adapter, connect the antenna to the adapter, making sure the antenna is in the upright position.

3. Reconnect the power cord and reboot the computer.
4. When the Found New Hardware Wizard displays, please click on Next and then follow the prompt. If you are prompted with a Windows XP Logo testing message, just click on Continue Anyway.
5. After the installation completes, click Finish to close the wizard.

Windows 2000/ME/Win98SE:

1. Please make sure that you shut down the PC first and then remove the power cord.
2. Insert the NETGEAR adapter into the available expansion slot.

Note: If you have PCI adapter, connect the antenna to the adapter, making sure the antenna is in the upright position.

3. Reconnect the power cord and reboot the computer.
4. On the Found New Hardware Wizard, click on Next, then follow the prompt to proceed.
5. After the installation completes, click Finish to close the wizard. Please make sure that you can see the NETGEAR icon located at the lower right portion of your computer screen.

Note: If Windows displays Digital Signature Not Found warning, click Yes to continue.

C. Configure the NETGEAR adapter.

1. Please Double click on the NETGEAR icon on the right lower end portion of your computer.

Note: If you do not see the icon, click on Start and go to Programs. Locate the NETGEAR Utility and click on the NETGEAR Smart Configuration Utility.

2. Click on the Networks tab.
3. Click on the Scan button.
4. Select the Network Name or SSID of your wireless network.
5. Click on the Connect button.
6. You will be directed to the Settings tab.
7. Type a name for the Profile.
8. The Network Name (SSID) will be the same with your wireless network.
9. Make sure that the Network Type is set to Access Point (Infrastructure).
10. Select the Security that you are using on your wireless router.
11. Click on Save Profile.
12. Click on the Apply button.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009


wths the color of the hub u have is it while or black one with the blue lights
if u forgot the passphrase at the side u ll have reset to default button will b there press for 15secs and wait for it to reboot and at the back u ll have the wireless key u can use it or the passpharase at the hub can be used, and if u want to change u can go to the routers page and u can change it manually
for further assistance pls gemme back with the error code and version of the hub if not the lights on the hub for the furhter assistance

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on May 26, 2009


Does this happen if you try connecting it into all USB ports? Try another USB port. Do you know if your USB ports are 2.0?

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Mar 30, 2009


It is hard to say without the netgear model and version, yet the concept is the same, open your web browser, type the ip address of the netgear in the address bar (you will need a password), then look for a menu regarding wireless or wlan or advance wireless configuration, and there you will see an option about channel selecction, just change it to match your laptop channel.

good luck.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Mar 28, 2009


Although this model appears to support Windows Vista according to the manual for it (ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/WG111T_UM_04Feb07.pdf) the 64 bit version is not mentioned and, therefore, probably not supported. I'd take the wireless adapter back and find one that supports Vista 64 for certain. Some do.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Mar 27, 2009


run cmd ( windoowsxp) then type ipconfig you should see an address like 192.168.2.3 if not goto network conections and view all goto wireless connection -properties then tcip set for auto config and then ok make sure your router is set for WEP sercurity type in a ten digit hex code ( 28 34 f6 a7 c3) and then save . rescan for your network then log on make sure you have GOOD signal strentgh . the wg111t does not work well with belkin routers.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Jan 25, 2009


check your power supply source .adapter waltage laos checl earthing properly.

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Oct 21, 2008


Hey there Kjantzi, I have found the site for Netgear, and as I read it the update is one of the options but the drivers and firmware are there as well. Check here:
http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WG111T.asp
Choose the version for your OS on the left, and it gives you detailed instructions, including the update process, if needed. If you still have problems let me know. Good Luck!

NetGear WG111T... | Answered on Sep 21, 2008


Your wireless adapter, the one in your laptop, the laptop we know nothing about because... well who knows why you would withhold that vital bit of information, all I can do is speculate, and speculation is usually counter-productive, and I answer questions on this board to be productive, so what I am getting around to say is that the aforementioned wireless adapter, the one in your laptop, needs to be 5 GHz capable. I would know this if you cared to tell us what make and model of laptop you have as opposed to just the router which we know is 5 GHz capable because you told us. Of course, by posting in the Wireless Network Adapter forum, you can assume that we can look at your post and inherently know all the information about your problem because we are "experts".

NetGear WG... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014


This is a simple, USB based network interface card (NIC). There's little to be changed as it is built with tiny surface mount devices that can not dissipate heat nearly as well standard through hole components can. Boosting voltages, etc will only shorten the life of the device.

Locating the NIC closer to the WiFi source will improve throughput of the device. If this is not possible, increasing the height or physically reorienting it may provide some gain. The easiest way to do this is to purchase a simple USB cable that will connect to the computer's USB poert and accept the WNA1100 on the other. These cables are often available at electronics and computer stores in 3, 6 and 12 or more foot lengths for under $20 (and significantly less online). I would not purchase or connect lengths greater than 15 feet, as this is the maximum length supported by the USB standard without some sort of active repeater built in to the receiving end. By placing the WNA1100 at the end of the cable, you are free to orient it in the best position to maximize capture of the WiFi signal, regardless of the position or location of the computer.

Good luck!

NetGear WG... | Answered on May 14, 2012


How To Setup Netgear Wifi Range Extender.....

You can use NETGEAR Extenders in two modes; one is extender mode and other is access point mode. The first mode usually expands the incoming signals from router in far corners of home or workplace, whereas the second mode makes extender work as a WiFi hot-spot. Here are the instructions to install NETGEAR WiFi Range Extender as an access point:

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