Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Requires Connections To Be Managed By Windows 7

Jan 19, 2011

Trying to install the Linksys AE1000 wireless adapter on Windows 7 x64. So I follow the instructions. insert CD. Insert adapter.The i get this error:
"Linksys Wireless-N Router requires that wireless connections are to be managed by the Microsoft Windows Wireless Connection Manager. Some laptops and computers are pre-loaded with a different wireless connection manager which prevents your Valet or Linksys Wireless-N Router installation from loading. If this is the case, then you will need to disable or turn OFF the other wireless connection manager, and enable the Microsoft Windows Wireless Connection Manager instead."
What manager? This is windows 7, I'm not using any third party wireless utility so I don't understand why I'm getting this particular error. If windows wireless connection manager is off, how do I enable it?I've always managed my network setting through the Network and sharing center,I've tried:
(1) sweeping registry files before install(2) Plugging in AE1000 first and manually installing drivers
When I did this, the device shows up successfully in device manager and the driver installs smoothly, however when I go to network adapters, the AE1000 is listed as disabled. I tried enabling it but to no avail. Running the network diagnostics claims the driver doesn't work despite the fact that it installed successfully.
After several restarts and disabling/re-installations I recieve the same error.The end goal is to connect the AE1000 to a Cisco E3000 router.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Installation With Windows 7?

Jan 29, 2011

Trying to install on Wi 7 32 bit.  When starting driver installation I receive an ACCESS DENIED error and the driver does not install.

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May 2, 2010

Does the AE1000 Adapter support Windows Pro 64 bit? If it doesn't, is there any Linksys adapter that does?

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Oct 12, 2010

I purchased the AE1000 wireless adapter for use with my Linksys WRT54G router.  I first tried to install by loading the CD, which went so far as the "Insert your adapter into a USB port" screen.  The Windows "processing" circle spun for about twenty minutes, then I was prompted to "insert the wireless adapter" once more.  Rinse, repeat.  I absolutely cannot get past this step. I scoured the web for an answer and turned up little.  I uninstalled my antivirus and firewall software, made certain that files associated with my prior adapter were removed, tried varying USB ports (all 2.0) on my desktop, and had no success.  Today, I exchanged the adapter for a replacement, and I'm encountering all of the same difficulties.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 - How To Update Driver On Windows 7 64-Bit PC

Apr 24, 2013

I have an E1000 router and have updated the firmware to v2.1.02 Build 6.  Also have the AE1000 Wireless-N Adapter and wanted to see if there were any new updates.  According to this Linksys page the latest driver is Ver. (04/27/2012).  I have downloaded the file and unzipped it to the desktop.   
I am running Win 7 64-Bit so I opened this folder: C:UsersJOHNDesktopAE1000_Win7_3.1.12.0-WHQLWin7_64_v3.1.12.0
Which file will actually install the new driver:

netr28ux Security Catalog 9 kb; netr28ux Setup Info 11 kb; netr28ux.sys System File 1,563 kb; RaCoInst.dat DAT File 14 kb; RaCoInstx.dll Application Extension 320 kb 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: CISCO AE1000 Install On Windows 7 Professional?

Aug 11, 2011

I have tried installing this device on Windows 7 64bit machine. The install seems to go fine and the device works at 2.4G.
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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Poor Driver Support For Windows 7?

Jun 11, 2011

The last update was the following. 03/31/2010 Ver. Here we are well over a year later and no update at all. What is going on?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Dual Band Selectable On Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Aug 15, 2011

I have 2 AE1000 USB adapters and according to the Linksys website these are wirelessN dual band selectable adapters. I finally hooked up my new e4200 dual band router and the ae1000 connect but I don't see anywhere on the screen in windows 7 ultimate 32bit that you can change the band?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 - Enable Or Disable Windows Wireless Manager?

Aug 5, 2010

Just tried to setup my wireless adapter and  after it tells me to plug in my adaptor I get.Wireless adapter setup requires that wireless connections are managed by Microsoft windows.

Error Description: Other Wireless Manager
Model Name: AE1000
Operating System: WIndows Vista SP2
Software Version: 1.2.10104.2
I looked all over my computer I can not find any other wireless manager on my system nor could I find a way to enable or disable windows wireless manager.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Cannot Get AE1000-4T To Work

May 24, 2011

When I get to the screen that asks for the the security password, and after typing in password  then at the bottom their is a button for Back and one for Cancel.  The button in the middle for Next is not highlited or clickable. 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Won't Allow Standby

Jan 21, 2011

I'm running Windows 7-64 bit. The AE1000 works great so far, in the one day I've had it, and it appears to start itself and connect when turning the computer on (unlike other people on here that I've seen). BUT, it's all pointless if I can't put my computer into standby. The adapter kicks it right back out as soon as I try to sleep the computer.
I've checked the device settings and "allow the device to wake the computer" is unchecked (in fact, it's grayed out). I rarely turn off the computer; I much prefer to just put it in standby. I don't want to have to unplug the adapter every time I do that.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Use AE1000 On Panasonic TV?

Jul 30, 2011

We're using our Sprint hot spot and want to make a wireless connection to the TV...can I use the AE1000 for this?  If not, what do I need to use?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Won't Install On Win XP Sp3?

Nov 2, 2012

I had a hard drive failure recently and replaced my HDD with an identical HDD (WD 500 AAKS) and did a restore from my WD Passport Essential.  Everything works as before except I can't install my AE1000 wireless adapter.  The OS recognizes the new hardware and I attempt instalation form the setup CD.  Istallation goes until it gets to the "Installing" step and then it just stays there forever until it comes back with an error.  I am accessing the internet now through a cat 5 ethernet hook-up. 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Will Not Connect?

Mar 12, 2012

Bought the AE1000. Hooked it up to my desktop computer (Sony VAIO), and it immediately recognized my wireless network in my house. However, when trying to log on, it asks for the network key, which I correctly enter and it attempts to log on, but fails to connect! I have called Linksys, and they claim it is my ISP's fault. I called Comcast (My ISP) and they claim it is a faulty product.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Tries Connecting To Other Routers?

Aug 13, 2012

I'm using my AE1000 to connect my computer in my home office to the router downstairs.  The problem I'm having is my neighbor's routers show up on my network connections and it ends up slowing down my internet.  Is there any way I can keep my adapter from trying to connect to my neighbors?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Keeps Dropping Connection

Jan 28, 2012

I have a Cisco Linksys WRT120N wireless router in one bedroom. On another bedroom which is hardly 15 feet away, I have set up my laptop to connect to it via a Cisco Linksys AE1000 wireless USB adapter. There are two thick walls between one bedroom and another.
Neverthess I find AE1000 dropping connection all the time. There are times I unplug the laptop and take into the same room as my router but it still doesn't connect. The wireless strength constantly varies from Very Good to Excellent but no matter what I try AE1000 never connects to it. If I restart my laptop, sometimes it does connect.
All in all its very frustrating that two Cisco products can't communicate effectively with each other.
P.S: I have both my ASUS tablet and my verizon droid both connecting to the wireless router from the same room as my laptop without any issues.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 No Longer Working

May 24, 2011

I've been using my AE1000 for about a month now with absolutely no problems. Yesterday it just stopped working, I removed it from the USB port and just about burned my fingers on the metal part that plugs into the USB port. BTW I am on Windows 7 64-bit.
Now it won't work. I've tried reinstalling the driver and the device just blinks in the "Devices and Printers" control panel. I removed it again and it was very hot to the touch after only being in the port for about a minute.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Installation For AE1000 Is Not Working On XP

Jul 2, 2011

When I insert the disc for my new AE1000, the setup opens automatically and begins to run.  Before even letting me read the software end user license agreement, I get a screen that says the following: "Our Customer Support team can assist.Your Linksys Adapter was not successfully set up."I can not figure out any way to keep this message from showing up.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Disconnects From System?

Feb 11, 2011

I recently purchased two of these units. One used with a quad core AMD rig and another with a single core AMD rig. Both systems are running Windows 7 but the older single core system is having issues. I noticed that I keep hearing the sound of a USB device being disconnected but wasnt sure what it was until I noticed when I try to copy large files over wireless the AE1000 disconnects from my system like I've unplugged it. I've swapped the two units and it didn't solve the problem. My newer quad core doesn't experience the issue at all. I've also tried different USB ports but that doesn't solve the issue either.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Randomly Disconnected?

Jul 29, 2011

My computer is a desktop in a differet part of the house, away from the main computer. My computer is hooked up with an AE1000 Wireless USB. This USB is wirelessly connected to a Netgear Extender (Repeater) for a better signal strength. This Repeater is wirelessly connected to the router on the other side of the house, plugged into the main computer.

So my problem is, when im working on my computer or gaming on my free time, it randomly disconnects. My signal has a (!) inside of a triangle at the bottom right of my screen. I run the automatic troubleshoot on my Win 7, and it says either "DNS server not responding" or "Your computer is working properly, but some of your devices are not responding". Other times it works just fine and i run troubleshoot alot and it doesnt find a problem. Some days its running at 144 Mbps others 6.5...

I have checked that all of the devices are uptodate. .I've contacted GeekSquad and they said there was no problem. But obviously for them to connect to my computer the wireless has to be working, so they didnt find anything because it worked for the time being.I'm just woundering are there any capability issues with my wireless? Or any other problems im not aware of?

From Cable>Modem>MainComp>Router(Cisco)>NetGear (Repeater)>Cisco AE1000 Wireless USB>My Comp.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Does Not Connect On Startup?

Dec 30, 2010

Ive been reading the forums up and down about this device and i notice other threads with users having the "Exact" problem im having. Only problem is im noticing a simaalar theme to ech of those threads. The issue doesnt have a resolution.
With that said i figured i would give this a try regaurdless. The problem i have is very simple.
Windows 7 Yltimate 64 bit.
Motherboard: ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO
Proc: Phenom x6
Ram: 8 Gb
Ive tried all USB ports (2.0) on the computer and they all exibit the same said behavior. This being that when you turn the computer off, restart it, or put it to sleep...the AE1000 will not power on and has to be unseated from the USB port and then reseated before the device is seen by the system and then and only then does it fire up, connect and work perfectly.
The drivers i have used have been the ones off the CD, Then i removed those and downloaded the ones from the website. These drivers have been installed after removing the entry from device manager manually after attempts to use the normal method resulted in the same behavior.
Also i have installed this device on my Dell E6400, Dell D620 Running Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit and 64 bit and they also exibit the same exact behavoir.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Setup Not Working?

Jan 17, 2012

I am trying to connect a linksys adapter AE 1000 in my XP SP3 but during the CD-instalation appears that error:
AppName: setup.exe 
AppVer: 1.1.10049.0 
ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.3541
Offset: 00012a6b

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 With IBM A31p ThinkPad?

May 24, 2011

I 'm very happy with the AE1000 & got it to work with my A31p by using a USB 2.0 adapter; (it only has USB 1.0)  I think the ThinkPad PCMCIA card is faulty because it only works for a brief time & then dies (works fine with current machines)--then I noticed that the newest driver supports USB 1.0 but exactly how is that file implemented?  I don't see .exe files, etc, & want to try to use the new driver--I'm using the latest XP--is there a step-by-step tutorial describing how to use the new driver? 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: What Is Difference Between AE1000 And WUSB600N

Feb 26, 2011

After a lot of googling and scavenging of specifications, I've yet to fully understand what is the difference between the AE1000 and the WUSB600N. I need a good wireless adapter to pair with my E3000, so I'd just like to know what the difference is (if there is one) and which one I should go for.

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Jul 13, 2011

difference between AE1000 and AE2500. Is this difference only usb base station?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Can't Connect To N-Band With AE1000 Adapter

May 22, 2011

I have a Linksys WRT600N wireless router.  I just bought a Linksys AE1000 wirless adapter to add wireless capability to my Hewlett Packard PC.  I am able to see and connect to my G-Band (2.4) with no problem, but the adapter can't connect to the N-Band. It see's it, but can't connect to it.  The signal strength shown is good, but it still can't connect.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: How To Select 5GHz Band For AE1000

Mar 4, 2011

The product literature for the AE1000 says that you can select which band to use. However there doesn't seem to be an option to do that. I have an E4200 and when I set it up, it assigned my 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands the same SSID. If I configure the AE1000 to connect to that SSID, it seems to connect to the 2.4GHz band. Do I have to change the SSID for 5GHz and initiate a connection to it manually?

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Aug 29, 2011

I cannot use my AE1000 device for more than twenty minutes connected on windows ultimate 64bit.AE1000 doesn't startup with Windows 7 64bit.The led light still turn on when I turned off my PC.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 - 5 To 7 Sceconds Random Lag Spikes?

Jul 21, 2012

I have a linksys router and a AE1000 adapter. When I first plugged in the adapter I had internet problems, always had to reconnect it. Then suddenly it worked flawlessly online and in video games. Now youtube videos load slower and I will get random lag spikes in game that last 5-7 seconds. I have done nothing to change the adapter, it just does this out of random.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Is Best Option For E4200 Router

Feb 23, 2011

I was wondering if the AE1000 is the best option for the the E4200 wireless router? Ultimately I want an adapter that can take advantage of the full potential of the router (as in the 450 Mbps wireless speed).

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Apr 15, 2011

I am using a linksys E3000 router, and a linksys AE1000 adapter with XP system, for some reason adapter always has to reconnect, disconnect, reconnect. and even with good connection, it only has a maximum speed 144MBPS. How to reset the adapter or the router so it won't get disconnect so often and maximize the speed. 

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