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Sounds like you've picked up a virus or developed some malware. If you have spyware get it to run a disgnostic test on your computer with the USB in the slot. That way it will check it too. If you don't have any such spyware and running a microsoft product got to www.microsoft/support.com or to Microsoft.com/help and they have some real good program built into windows to help you.
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Windows 8 computer won't detect netgear n300


It might not need for WIn8 to detect the adapter. when that screen appears cancel/close of otherwise kill the process and see if the adapter is recognized in Device Manager without any error icons.

Aug 05, 2017 | NetGear WirelessN 300 USB Adapter WNA3100

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Install wna 1100


Try the following:
- Uninstall the linksys adapter driver on your PC
- Uninstall the netgear driver, and go to kb.netgear.com and get the latest driver.
- Try to insert the adapter into a different USB port. (try them all)
- Update your XP if you are still using SP1.

You must use the driver on the CD that came with the wna1100.
Do not use the latest version on the website.

If you dont have any CD then here is a link for old version software:
http://www.userdrivers.com/LAN-Network-Adapter/Netgear-WNA1100-Wireless-N-150-USB-Adapter-Software-1-1-3-21/

Hope it works for you. Dont forget to press Helpful if it works for you.

Dec 19, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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I'm using the NetGear WNA 3100 Adapter wizard. The wizard shows the adapter is connected to my home network but still has "limited or no connection". I tried to let Windows Repair fix it but...


If your wi-fi router is supplied by your internet service provider (they may call it a "gateway") then you can ask their tech support for advice in resolving the issue.
If you have your own router you may want to start by power cycling everything.
Unplug the power cord from your modem, your router, and shutdown your computer (shutdown, not sleep!).
Wait about 15 or 20 seconds then plug in the power cord for the modem. Now, wait about one minute for the modem to fully boot up and settle down.
Next, plug in the power cord to the router and wait 30 seconds to a minute for it to fully boot up and settle down.
Next, turn on your computer and wait for it to fully boot up and settle down.
Try connecting to wi-fi again.
If it doesn't work, move on to the next step:
Open Control Panel/Device manager. Locate "Network adapters' in the list and select the Netgear adapter. A dialog box opens.
In the Netgear adapter dialog box select "Uninstall this device" and click on Yes/OK.
Restart the computer and wait a minute or so while Windows re-installs the adapter.
Now try connecting to wi-fi again.
If that fails, you can try resetting your router to its factory default settings:
Your wireless router has a tiny pinhole somewhere on the rear panel or on one end. It should be labeled "Reset". Bend open a paperclip, push the pointy end of the paperclip firmly into the pinhole and hold it there for 10 or 15 seconds. This will reset the wi-fi router to its default settings. Now, you can set up a fresh password on the router and sign in using the new password on your computer.

Nov 27, 2017 | NetGear WirelessN 300 USB Adapter WNA3100

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Netgear wna 3100 just all of a sudden stopped working and wont stay connected to internet or when it does connect it stops working within 5 min, whats wrong?


Hello. Have you tried uninstalling the driver on the computer, and reinstalling the most up-to-date driver for the adapter? If not, I would suggest trying this first. Otherwise, have you been using the usb drive for other things? It may also have to do with the Usb connection, or even the usb drivers. Try another usb device to see if they have the same issue. Many times, it involves the drivers.
Hope this helps and best of luck

May 22, 2011 | NetGear WirelessN 300 USB Adapter WNA3100

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Netgear wna 3100 won't install on my windows xp. I have uninstalled it 3 times. It won't recognize the adapter. Then it does. Then in the end it won't recognize it even though it's there...


My adapter constantly loses connection completely to the router and cannont be re connected unless i unplug and replug back in the USB port. What a joke!?

May 06, 2011 | NetGear WirelessN 300 USB Adapter WNA3100

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Hi, my WNA3100 Wireless adapter does not work with windows 7, tried reinstalling the drivers and it still does not detect it, tried in my laptop wich has XP, works perfectly. How can I resolve this...


I did this and it worked for me.

*do not connect device to computer yet


**uninstall any previous versions of the software


1. run WNA 3100 v1.1.3.22 setup in normal mode, do not connect device when it asks you to


2. restart computer and boot up in safe mode (hold F8 after turning on comp before windows logo comes up)


3. once loaded in safe mode, connect wireless device, let windows install it


4. once done, start computer in normal mode

Jan 08, 2011 | NetGear WirelessN 300 USB Adapter WNA3100

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Hi, I have just purchased a new WNA-1100 wireless adapter. I have installed it with no problems, but when it asks me to insert the adaptor and press next, it just keeps saying 'detecting adaptor', for as...


Got this fix off of newegg, and it works for XP

Install the updated software package from Netgear. Go into C:/ Program Files/Netgear/ and copy the Driver folder. Paste to your desktop or wherever.

Uninstall the Netgear software. Plug the wireless adapter back in, let Windows locate, and point it to the XP folder in the drivers folder. You're up and running. ^.^

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