Netgear WG311T Driver Super-G (108 Mbps) & 802.11g (54 Mbps) Adapters.
Windows 2000, XP and Vista
Driver Date & Version
May 22, 2007 (ver. 184.108.40.206 (XP/2K), ver. 220.127.116.1101 (Vista))
In this new driver release, Netgear introduces a major fix which is Windows Vista support. However, there is one issue: no 108Mbps support in Windows Vista.
Driver Upgrade GuideThe guide is quite comprehensive and long so please make sure you understand all before attempting to install the driver.
- Download the updated Windows Vista driver (work in Windows XP/2000 too).
- Uninstall the old driver:
Start > All Programs > NETGEAR WG311T Smart Wizard > Uninstall NETGEAR WG311T Software.
- Click [Next] for all options. When uninstallation is done, please shut down and power of your PC.
- Time to take out the Netgear WG311T. I do not understand why Netgear require user to take out the card during driver installation.
- Anyway, ground yourself by touching on unpainted metal surface on the outside back of the computer case.
- Note the PCI slot your Netgear WG311T sit. Then take your Netgear WG311T out and restart your PC.
- When Windows restarted, install the new driver by running the downloaded wg311t_5_0_setup.exe
- Shut down your PC and put back your Netgear WG311T card to the same PCI slot.
- Restart your PC again. Continue with the rest of the driver installation by selecting the country, select to use NETGEAR Smart Wizard and Network Name (SSID) of your choice.
- Save the profile and now you should be able to connect to the Internet.
- For more detail information on the installation, click here.
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