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NLionsCJ wrote: Hello there
Kindly indicate your OS version ( windows version) of the computer.
And by the way, if you would be happen how to edit the native wifi profile, all you have to do is indicate in the native wifi profile the following
SSID, Security encryption type (WEP/WPA TKIP/WPA2 AES) and the password (Network key/Security Key) for your wireless network
If ever the above does not work, please do uninstall completely the wireless adapter itself from the "device manager" of the the windows and remove the drivers that were used previously. Reboot the computer and install the latest available driver for your wireless adapter.
2011-01-01 04:34 PM
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2011-01-01 04:47 PM
netgearwnda3100v2adapter wrote: [QUOTE=jmizoguchi;296116]you need to go network connection in control panel.
then find manage wireless in left span, you should able to delete any current and past SSID that was setup. delete those profile and rescan your network and add again
R. I tried this several times, it keeps coming back. I have the native profile with multiple networks listed?
2011-01-01 05:04 PM
2011-01-01 05:28 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: WZC is disabled when Netgear utility is used so native MS wireless utility will not cause issues when Netgear utility is used. While Netgear utility is used , any profile is located in the Netgear Utlity
While Netgear utility is used WZC is disabled so you will not able to use until you enable from the wireless adapter . Then you can delete the profile listed in WZC
2011-01-01 05:54 PM
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2012-09-08 10:51 PM
msnancy wrote: [QUOTE=netgearwnda3100v2adapter;312822]
Go to run and open your 'msconfig'
Untick the netgear adapter on the services, and untick it under the startup.
Delete the native wifi under the preferred networks.
And then restart your PC.
Use wireless zero to connect. It should work fine now.
(In some case you have to add the network manually to work.)
2012-09-19 10:55 AM
qwerty999 wrote: After a lot of trial and error I discovered what the problem is. This may be useful to anyone who had similar problems.
I have windows 7 64bit. The problem is caused not by the windows but by the NETGEAR Manager.
Here is the procedure:
1. Uninstall NETGEAR Manager.
2. Insert the cd of N150 Wireless USB Adapter WNA1100.
3. Select from the menu: Install Windows Standalone Driver
4. Only the driver is installed. The NetGear manager that causes the problem is not installed.
5. When prompted insert your N150 adapter into any USB port on your computer.
6. When you see the message:" NETGEAR WNA1100 driver is succesfully istalled", click Finish
7. Restart your computer.
8. Thats it. You are done. You will never see again the nonsense Native WIFI Default Profile caused by the NetGear Manager.
2013-03-17 08:49 AM