[access-uk] Re: long shot aboout Router

Hello Andy, I have been using Routers for the last three years and have never had to install software for the router, having said that I have just got a new one which is wireless and cable so you can use either now if I was going to use the wireless side I would need to install the software this is the only time I would have to do this.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Andy" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Access-Uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 8:14 PM
Subject: [access-uk] long shot aboout Router



Hi all.

This is a long shot I'm thinking but if successful, will stop me having to take my computer into the shop.

I purchased a wireless card and a Router for my wife's computer

The shop fitted the card for me.

I attached the cables from my computer to the router, but just beforehand, I attempted to install the routers software.

The CD auto-ran and firstly started to install Adobe. I thought that perhaps this was to enable a purchaser to read a text help file. The auto-run facility then started searching for a file within my Office 2000 directory and advised that it could not find it. Subsequently, I could not install the router's software.

My brother advised that I needed to delete or rename a file within my temp directory but added that he was unsure which file.

Does this make sense to anyone? If so, I would be very grateful for some assistance, as I'd rather avoided another trip into town with my computer.

Best wishes.

Andy



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