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Author Topic: Problems With My Dlink Adapter Blinking Light and other stuffI really need help!  (Read 10811 times)
schlerf64
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« on: August 14, 2009, 10:17:10 PM »

Recently my DWA-552 adapter card is really messed and i cant find any sort of troubleshooting guide to help me. For some reason my internet has been goin really slow, ive had this adapter for more than a year now with no problems, ive been connecting to our dlink downstairs and ive been fine up untill now. I check my internet settings and it says i have an excellent connection but i dont, for some reason its like the connection is flickering on and off. I also checked the card and the green light that normally just stays green is now blinking and i cant figure out whats wrong please i need help!
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thecreator
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« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2009, 05:23:57 PM »

Hi schler64,

When it stops blinking, there is a problem. It is suppose to blink, especially when you are sending and receiving information.

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thecreator - Running a Verizon FIOS / ActionTec MI424WR Router into a D-Link DIR-655 Router Rev. A3, Firmware 1.21 and a D-Link DWA-552 Wireless Network PCI Adapter Card. OP Sys: Win XP HE SP 3 now on both partitions. - DNS-323 with Firmware 1.08
danny
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« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2009, 02:31:35 PM »

im having the same problem....worked great for a year and now its gone to the s&*ter...i used to have about 15-225 ping in games now i cant maintain a connection to save my life...i get chain dc'd from any game i want to play ive run diagnostics and it says everythings running fine but its not
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thecreator
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« Reply #3 on: August 28, 2009, 03:31:03 PM »

im having the same problem....worked great for a year and now its gone to the s&*ter...i used to have about 15-225 ping in games now i cant maintain a connection to save my life...i get chain dc'd from any game i want to play ive run diagnostics and it says everythings running fine but its not

Hi danny,

Do a Factory Reset of your Router, and reload its settings. During a momentarily loss of power, it can mess up the Router, when it comes back fast. Chances are, that may have happened.



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thecreator - Running a Verizon FIOS / ActionTec MI424WR Router into a D-Link DIR-655 Router Rev. A3, Firmware 1.21 and a D-Link DWA-552 Wireless Network PCI Adapter Card. OP Sys: Win XP HE SP 3 now on both partitions. - DNS-323 with Firmware 1.08
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