Is the TEW-444UB Linux compatible?
Linux is not a supported operating system. The following is the chipset for the TEW-444UB: Atheros AR5523 + AR2112. Check with the chipset manufacturer to see if Linux drivers are available....
 
Can I use the Windows XP utility to configure the adapter?
Make sure the Wireless zero configuration service is running. Step 1: Click on Start then Run. Type in “services.msc”, without the quotes and hit enter. Step 2: This will open the services window. Double click on the Wireless zero configuration service. Step 3: Make sure the Start...
 
Why does it say I am connecting to an unsecured network?
WEP or WPA encryption is not setup on the wireless network that you are connected to.
 
Why am I getting low signal strength?
There are a number of factors that can impact the range of wireless devices. Keep the number of obstructions to a minimum. Each obstruction can reduce the range of a wireless device. Position the wireless devices in a manner that will minimize the amount of obstructions between th...
 
Why is the Wireless Networks tab missing under the properties of my wireless network connection?
The Wireless Zero Configuration service is not running. Click on Start then Run. Type in “services.msc”, without the quotes and hit enter. This will open the services window. Double click on the Wireless zero configuration service. Make sure the Startup type is set to Automatic and c...
 
Why does my utility only have three tabs?
The “Windows Wireless Zero Configuration Utility” is controlling the adapter. Click on Start then Run and type in “ncpa.cpl”, without the quotes and hit enter. This will open the Network Connections window. Right click on your wireless network connection and click on properties. ...
 
How do I configure encryption on my wireless adapter?
Open the utility by right clicking on the icon at the bottom right hand side of the screen and going to Open 802.11g Client utility. Click on the Profile Management tab of the Wireless Configuration Utility, hightlight the profile you want to modify and click modify. Then select what type of e...
 
What is Ad-Hoc Mode?
Peer-to-peer wireless connection between computers when no router or access point is used
 
How do I connect to my wireless network?
Windows Vista Step 1: On the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, right click the wireless network connection icon and select “Connect to a network”. Step 2: Select the desired network and then click “Connect”. Step 3: Enter the security key and then click “Connect”. Note: If you ...