Did you miss your activation email? This is not a bluescreen issue, the problem is that de OS dont detect the usb device, even so i’ll try this solution, thanks for the feedback. I set out to fix this problem one morning after installing Win 7 64 bit. When I looked at my Device Manager, it showed: I’ve got a 10Mb line, so that’s not too bad.
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Now I intstalled Win I have many other Hadrware which are more then 4 years old and they all work on win7but only the Buffalo-WLI does not! Mine went back and forth between 1Mb and Mb.
I’ve brought a WLI-U2-GN one year ago, i used on vista32 bits and works great on that, now i’ve change my operative system to Windows 7 64bits, and now dont work, i install the vista drivers, i search for windows 7 drivers and dont find anywhere, can anyone help?!
I’ve got a 10Mb line, so that’s not too bad. Sorry, but this was last time that I bought a Buffalo product This unit doesnt have drivers for windows 7 and is not supported for windows 7.
Oh, that’s another point. It is a normal thing that everybody whats to have the actual operating system!
WirelessMon showed the following info. The transfer speed was over 3 Mb. Hope this helps everyone!
I have the same problem!! Did you miss your activation email? It didn’t look like finished blue bar still going across the screen over and overso I clicked the X in the top right to stop it.
It never mentions anything about Windows 7. Come on ,do really want to tell methat Buffalo produces hardware with drivers only for the existing operating wlu-u2-g300n Please login or register.
WLI-U2-GN on Windows7?!
I set out to fix this problem one morning after installing Win 7 64 bit. Then I went into my device manager to install the driver manually. When I looked at my Device Manager, it showed: And of course I accepted that Buffalo always update their drivers for the newest operating system, beacause they wil-u2-g300n such a high technological company,or not?
It never mentioned anything about win7because win 7 doesn’t exsit at the time! Now, take a look at this: Oh i assume its also Buffalo’s fault you didnt do this also!
Buffalo WLI-U2-GN Wireless Draft-N USB Adapter Windows Driver, Utility | Wireless Drivers
I’ve x64 Seven and the gn works just fine, no signal breaks, nothing, just perfect, Thanks a lot again! RAID is never a substitute for a good backup. Clearly I still have a little work to do between the router and the wireless adapter, but it’s a really good start.
I let it run for a few minutes while continuing to do research on the Marvell chipsets.
Buffalo WLI-U2-G300N Wireless Draft-N USB Adapter Windows Driver, Utility
Should I now buy a new Buffalo-Adapter only because it is to boring for Buffallo to write a actual driver? The Marvell 88W is the RF controller.
Why dont you check the prodfuct specs before buying? Will try streaming HD after I tweak everything. RAID arrays can fail.
Likely it’s an issue with either MIMO, or not using both antenas. Yesterday i return here and found you solution, tested and actually works great!!! Home Help Search Login Register.