Reply Timmyray says: March 30, 2009 at 10:35 am Just want to add my two cents because I feel duped. Yes it worked but there was no functionality that having a normal wireless network gives you. Requiring the user tor resort to the OS to remove a program is bad form. Something as simple as the Printer and File sharing not bound to the wifi interface.Links about -> "ensure the "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Windows" checkbox is checked to enable
I can't eliminate it until I can get the wireless network functioning. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Took about a day and for what? My advice is don't install and don't buy there has to be something better.
Reply JeffH says: January 3, 2008 at 8:06 pm This product worked for a while, then just stopped recognizing my computers or the shared folders. Reply Steve says: December 14, 2006 at 8:32 pm I have been running Network Magic for the past month since getting the 30 day free trial FULL feature version bundled with Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? If it still doesn't work, un-install it the normal way.
Neither would connect me with a supervisor.Can you point me to a place on the internet that has instructions for manually setting up a WLAN without using the Wireless Setup Wizard? There is no way to proceed with a manual setup of a network, the error message is a dead end.I called D-Link tech support twice, both times got a doofusy-sounding guy I quote one of my earliest posts : anyone who is the slightest bit computer savvy would not touch this process-hogging, unreliable piece of *coughs* junk. Reply Peter says: January 13, 2009 at 10:54 pm I am pretty handy myself with computers and I highly recommend that you DON'T install this junk.
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Somehow this worthless software got reviews which were good enough to make me purchase it. No luck here either Taff™ 11:00 12 Jul 08 We have a dual posting in Networking click hereAt this stage I suggest contacting D-Link Tech Support. 0845 612 0003 Open Reply Greg Jameson says: January 20, 2008 at 10:57 pm This program helped demystify a wi-fi networking problem I was having. The next step for me is to replace the wired router network with a wireless router network.
Desk top running xp, laptop running xp and laptop running Vista. I should not have to pay more for basic router software than the D-link router itself cost. Besides, if both computers are disconnected from the wired router, would it make a difference vis a vis setting up a LAN with the wireless router?I tried Network Magic (it comes Each guy had to go away for awhile and "research the problem".
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No problem. i hate network magic!- [email protected] Reply Billy Lowground says: May 8, 2008 at 6:37 am A fundamental of any application development effort is the simple and complete uninstall. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. I am looking for something different to replace it.
run.. This is where intruders can be seen and tracked. I would like it completely removed. Also, a pop up window alerts me whenever an intruder joins my network, but I don’t have the capability to disconnect them, I am only able to track them.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. I had a friend who lives in Southern California (I’m in San Francisco) go to my net2go.com address and share some files! After reading everything I am very worried!
Reply Saul says: December 29, 2007 at 10:48 am Bev: Let me tell you, savvy or not, the problem here is that once the program is installed takes control of all I don't recall the error messages now as it was a year or so ago when I tried that.Would it expedite a solution if I removed the wired router? I keep getting this offer to purchase the premium edition. I agree with the individual that stated that it is more like a "virus" than a program!!!
Reply sandru says: April 16, 2007 at 7:46 am does someone can give me the activation code Reply Phil Kirk says: August 18, 2007 at 3:14 pm Tsa-la-gi : I agree, buying a d-link router and now stuck with many problems on a new pc. I loved being able to share folders from upstairs to downstairs and share the printers. But removal of the software is a nightmare !
D-link and Pure Networks should be ashamed at this dishonest business practice of selling a router, then making the buyer pay another $60 for the software to make it work! My software expired, and I neglected to renew. He has over 15 years experience in the convergence of digital media, mobile entertainment, social entertainment, smart TV and consumer technology. There are a few more options to this software package such as printer sharing, network management (health and status), and router information.
susieb, Aug 31, 2008 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. puma22 10:31 12 Jul 08 Hi,Tried this but it wont reinstall - I get the same issue with the install utility - it starts to run and then just shuts down.Cheers We have had a D-Link DIR-655 router for use with laptops with wireless cards, it has worked fine. I would certainly appreciate your assistance to de-crap this program, for want of a better word.
Send me an email if you could help guide how to remove this thing. I have always had issues with Windows and the My Network feature.