Message 13 of Dropping to 2gb worked and I now have internet on my PC again – currently trying to work out how to get my other 2gb back in and keep the internet running. This then tells me to shut down and installl the card and then follow the on screen prompts when I restart. Message 8 of Code 10 error is the awful driver Netgear released today.

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WG311v3 – G54 Wireless PCI Adapter

In addition, you can use the Windows XP driver for testing. If this was a product that is out of stock because of age then fair enough but its still in markets so surely there should be better support for it I wwg311v3 and pressed F8 and disabled the driver signiture enforcement and it worked great!

Message 16 of IRQ sharing with other devices usually cause this. I did complain to netgear by phone a few weeks ago and all i got was wineows response saying “Oh sorry but we dont have a driver and we cant tell you when a driver will be available.

Netgear are truly awful when it comes to customer support. Message 25 of Pros na na na na na Cons Cannot download. I’ve followed all the Netgear advice spent 2 hours reading netgear forum posts — that was fun! Message 19 of What can I do if my hardware does not work?


Message 4 of It’s a problem with the driver.

NETGEAR WG311v3 Free Driver Download

Exactly aphartman, bloody hell i realised the issue was something going on for a while now but i didnt realise 6 months My main problem is not knowing whether to buy a new card or not, im not even looking for a fixed date but rather something along the lines of weeks or months. I’m glad to see someone else isn’t buying the “code 10 error is your main board”.

I’ve already installed the Vista driver Netgear Smart Wizard v3. Sorry, but how can I change the IRQ? I couldn’t agree more.

I’ll try the site indicated by Bobby c. So you see problems of this kind are not only Netgear related Message 15 of Thursday, September 24, 6: So I’ve decided to get a new Wireless Adapter.

Summary The card is useless for anyone running a 64 bit OS. Is there any way to expedite the addition of a signed version of the newer driver to Windows Update? However the problem netgsar this is obviously an old driver as it doesn’t work on machines with 4Gb or more RAM Netgear had this problem in early versions of the WGv3 driver.


I think its even worse now that there are some that just don’t work. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Ok pretty much same problem for nwtgear also. What a fundamental mistake that was.

WGv3 on Windows 7 – NETGEAR Communities

Hi, Im really finding this driver neygear as a “skrew you” to customers to be honest, how long has windows 7 been out now and still no luck with a simple signature for the driver?

What I find most frustrating is jmizoguchi – winvows is touted as a Netgear expert and modorator – giving out duff advice all over the forums knowing there is no support for win 7. Login or create an account to post a review. Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed.