Original title: N300 Belkin Wireless Adapter Windows 10 I just bought a wireless USB adapter for my desktop for when i have to move it from place to place. I un-boxed it and installed the driver disk that came with it, but every time I plug it in or try to use it, it doesn't read that there even is a wireless card.
When i find it in device manager it says that the drive is either corrupted or missing (Code 39). I know I installed the driver, even going as far as to let windows download the software automatically after a few tries, and yet the problem still persists. Any ideas or ways to fix this? Hi Ethan, Welcome to Microsoft Community. I appreciate your efforts, I will surely help you.
This issue could have occurred due to these reasons: 1. Corrupt or outdated wireless network adapter driver. Hardware issue. Method 1: Let's first run hardware troubleshooter and check.
Installing a wireless USB adapter on a Windows computer using the Setup CD. Downloading the latest driver of your Belkin wireless. Belkin N300 Wireless USB. Usb Driver Windows 10 64 Bit. Dell Studio 1555 Windows 10 Drivers.
A) Press Windows Key on the keyboard. B) Type Troubleshooting in the search box and hit enter. C) Click on Hardware and sound. D) Click on Hardware and device and follow the on-screen instructions. Method 2: If the issue persists, I suggest you to refer the following article and check if you have installed wireless USB adapter properly or not. Method 3: If the issue persists, you may download latest wireless USB adapter driver from the manufacturer’s website.