Golden Technologies AWLL5077 Network Card User Manual

Golden Technologies AWLL5077 Network Card User Manual
Windows XP/2000 Users:
Ver. 1.0
Quick Installation Guide
Golden 150 Wireless Mini USB Adapter
Model # AWLL5077
Package Contents:
• Golden 150 Wireless Mini
USB Adapter
• Driver & Utility CD
• Quick Installation Guide
Windows Vista Users:
Section 1
Install the Wireless USB Adapter
This Quick Installation Guide only provides the basic installation instructions.
For detailed instructions of other advanced features, please refer to the User’s
Manual that can be found on the provided CD.
For Macintosh users, you can find the software and installation instructions for
MAC 10.4, 10.5 under the MAC folder on the provided CD.
Step 1.1 Insert the USB adapter into an available USB port of your computer.
Step 1.2 Click Cancel when you see the Found New Hardware Wizard.
Step 1.3 Insert the Installation CD in the CD drive. The Autorun screen will pop
up. Select Install Utility and Driver from the menu.
Step 1.5 Click Install to start the installation.
Note: If the Autorun screen doesn’t appear automatically, go to Start, Run, and
type D:\Utility\Setup.exe (where D is the letter of your CD drive) and click OK.
Windows Vista Users: When you get warning message(s), make sure that you
give permission to continue with the installation of the driver software.
Step 1.4 The Airlink101 WLAN Monitor screen will popup. Click Next at the
Step 1.6 For Windows XP, click on Continue Anyway.
Step 1.7 Click Finish to complete the installation.
For Windows Vista: click on Install this driver software anyway.
Step 1.8 Select Yes, I will restart my computer now. Click Finish to
complete the installation.
Please wait when Windows is installing the driver for Airlink101 Wireless Adapter
and the utility, Airlink101 Wireless Monitor.
The driver and utility have been installed. Please continue to Section 2.
Section 2
Connect to Wireless Network
For Windows 7 Users:
You will need to use the utility built in Windows 7 to manage this wireless USB
adapter. Currently, Airlink101 Wireless Monitor does not support Windows 7.
Step 2.1 Click on the wireless icon in the system tray at the bottom right-hand
corner of your screen. A list of available network will pop up. Select the one you
want to connect to and click Connect.
For Windows Vista/XP/2000 Users:
Step 2.1 Open the Airlink101 Wireless Monitor utility by double clicking on the
icon in the system tray at the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.
Step 2.2 Enter the network security key if the wireless network you are
attempting to connect to has wireless encryption enabled. Click OK. The
connection should be now established.
Step 2.2
The Easy Setup Button (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a new and easy way to
configure the encryption for your wireless network clients. In order to use it, you
need to have a router that supports this feature.
Note: If your router doesn’t support Easy Setup Button function (Wi-Fi
Protected Setup), please go to Step 2.3.
1. Push the Easy Setup Button of the Adapter until you see the following
window pops up on the monitor.
3. The router will now start to synchronize the encryption settings with the
wireless adapter. The connection will be established in few seconds.
Continue to Step 2.5.
If the connection is unable to establish, continue to Step 2.3.
Step 2.3 Click the Available Network tab of the Wireless Monitor, select the
wireless network that you wish to connect to, and click Add to Profile.
This window pops up to acknowledge you the wireless adapter is starting to
establish a connection.
2. Within the following 2 minutes, push the Easy Setup Button (WPS Button)
on the back of the Router. The picture shows Airlink101 AR570W Wireless
150 Router.
If the network that you are attempting to connect does not have encryption
enabled, you will receive a warning about connecting to an unsecured network.
Click OK to complete the connection. Go to Step 2.5.
Step 2.4 Enter the wireless security key into the Network Key and Confirm
Network Key boxes. Click OK.
Congratulations! You have now connected to the wireless network
The wireless adapter will automatically detect the type of Network
Authentication and the Data encryption. All you need to do is to enter the
Network Key in the appropriate boxes according to the settings of the wireless
router and click OK to connect.
Step 2.5 The connection should be now established. Under the utility
Airlink101 Wireless Monitor, go to General tab to check the status of the
connection. Verify that IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway have valid
numbers assigned to them (instead of all 0’s). The Status should be Associated,
and there should be green bars next to Signal Strength and Link Quality.
1. If you cannot open the wireless monitor utility, make sure that the USB
adapter is inserted firmly into the USB port.
2. If you cannot connect to the wireless router, you may want to double check
the wireless security settings on the router. The network key you entered in
Step 2.4 must match with the settings on the wireless router.
3. If you are experiencing problems with the connection such as low signal
strength, slow connection speed, or unstable wireless connection, you can try
to tune your router’s signal by changing the channels on the router and/or by
adjusting the direction of the antenna(s). You do not need to change the
channel on the Adapter; it will automatically pick up the new channel after you
reboot the router. Your router has 11 different channels to choose from. Keep
going through the channels until you find one that gives you a stable connection.
For instructions on changing channels, refer to the documentation that comes
with the router.
Section 3
Technical Support
E-mail: [email protected]
Toll Free: 1-888-746-3238
*Theoretical maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11g and draft 802.11n specifications.
Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic,
building materials and construction, mix of wireless products used, radio frequency interference (e.g., cordless
telephones and microwaves) as well as network overhead lower actual data throughput rate. This product is
based on IEEE draft 802.11n specification and is not guaranteed to be compatible with future versions of IEEE
802.11n specification. Compatibility with draft 802.11n devices from other manufactures is not guaranteed.
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Photo of product may not reflect actual content. All products
and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Copyright ©2009 Airlink101®
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