[Answer ID: 13950]

Delete and reinstall a wireless LAN driver

Created 02/07/2012 07:56  |   Updated 02/28/2012 10:22

Updating a wireless LAN driver should be operated as below.

 


1. Delete a wireless LAN driver.


* If you don't have bundled AirNavigator CD (Setup Wizard), download the latest AirNavigator from the website in your region.
   Click here, link to the website in each region.

 

  1. Shut down a PC, and remove your wireless LAN device.
  2. Power on the PC.
  3. The menu screen will show up after a while inserting the AirNavigator CD

    * Open "My Computer", and double-click the icon of AirNavigator CD when the menu screen is not displayed.

    Click [Run ASSetWz.exe].

    Click [Yes], or [Continue].

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  4. Click [Client Setup] in the menu screen.

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    If your screen is like below, click [Client Tool].

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  5. Click [Options] button in the menu screen.

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    You may see the screen as below.
    Click [Install Wireless Client Driver and Application] button first.

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  6. Click [Remove Drivers] in "Options Menu".

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  7. Click [Remove wireless drivers] in "Remove Drivers" screen.

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  8. Click [Yes] in the "Delete driver" screen.

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  9. Wait for a while as showing the following screen.
    Buffalo wireless LAN driver is deleted completely by this operation.

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  10. Click [OK] and close the "Finished" screen when the uninstallation is complete.
    Shut down the PC then.

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2. Reinstall a wireless LAN driver.


* Do not insert a wireless LAN device at this point.

* If you don't have bundled AirNavigator CD (Setup Wizard), download the latest AirNavigator from the website in your region.
   Click here, link to the website in each region.

 

  1. Power on a PC.
  2. The menu screen will show up after a while inserting the AirNavigator CD

    * Open "My Computer", and double-click the icon of AirNavigator CD when the menu screen is not displayed.

    Click [Run ASSetWz.exe].

    Click [Yes], or [Continue].

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  3. After the menu is launched, reinstall the wireless LAN driver following the display.
    Insert the wireless LAN device following by the instruction.

    The procedure is completed.

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