Zeppelyn is right but I'd go even further. Some machines are fine using the Belkin Utility, with some others there is a conflict with Windows own utility......... Uninstall the Belkin Utility via Control Panel > Add/Remove.
Reboot your PC and it will tell you it has found new hardware........ insert the Belkin disc (holding down the shift key to prevent auto start) and get Windows to install the driver from the disc.
Make sure you check 'use windows to configure my network settings' wireless network connections.
I think you'll be okay after doing this, if not come back and we'll cover a bit more detail.
Hi, Thanks for the feedback but no joy. Can't uninstal the program - get set-up.exe stopped working. From what I can see only have the driver installed and not the Belkin utility. My feeling is that the security settings are wrong on the card but can't access to change.
Do I give up and purchase a BT wireless connector?
Nobody been to help you, blimey... where are the experts when you need'em.
You'll have to make do with me then.
If you look in the system tray, towards bottom right of your screen, you should see what looks like a computer monitor.
If you don't see it then read no further.
If you do see it then put your cusor on it and Right Click.
Left Click on open network connections.
In the window that opens (Network Connection) you will see an icon that shows two monitors and is called 'Wireless Network Connection' Right click on the icon and then left click on 'Properties' at the bottom of list. In the new window left click middle tab 'Wireless Networks' Tick the box next to "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings"
Click OK and close everything.
If it is still not working then go back to the monitor in the system tray (where we started) and right click and hit repair.