Setup for Ad-hoc Mode 4. To print the manual completely, please, download it. Here is the wireless network connection status 3. Enter text from picture: By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page.
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AzureWave AW-NU n/g/b Wireless LAN USB Adapter Windows Drivers | Downloads Driver Laptop
The system is process installation If you want to see the connection status, please right-click on the network you choose and select [Status] Right-click on the network icon located on desktop shortcut. Comments to this Manuals Your Name. Got it, continue to print.
When you see the warning message, please click [Continue] 5. By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. Click [Install Driver] 2. Now your network is in Ad-hoc mode Please click [Install] to proceed 4.
PR O System Requirements: Now the Setup Wizard is preparing installation You may need to type the network key when it is required 5. Now the selected wireless azurrewave is connected 5. For Windows Vista Os 7.
Windows Vista OS 3. Don’t have an account?
Enter text from picture: When the setup is completed, please click [Finish] To print the manual completely, please, download it. Now your network is in Ad-hoc mode 4.
AzureWave AW-NU221 User Manual
Please select your country to continue installation The Wizard is running installation 4. It is recommended aw-n221 choose this mode when there is no access point showed on your wireless network. Setup For Ad-hoc Mode 4. Windows Vista Os 2. Now the selected wireless network is connected You will see several options, please select one and click [Connect] CD-ROM includes manual and driver 3.
Page 6 LAN workgroup. When it is completed, please click [Finish] 8. When you see this dialogue box, please select your country 6. Please wait for few seconds to let system connecting to selected wireless network 4. Here is the wireless network connection status 3. Find the network icon on the desktop shortcut and right-click on it. This is the azureaave of network status