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USB 802.11b Wireless LAN Adapter

M73-APO01-700

Installation

Install the Driver & Utility

Note: Always remember to install the Driver & Utility before you plug USB cable into the PC’s USB port.

In Windows 98SE/ME

For Windows 98SE users: As you perform the installation, have your system operating CD-ROM at hand. You may be asked to insert the OS CD-ROM for the system to download a specific driver.

1.Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Double click on Setup.exe to install the Wireless LAN Driver & Utility.

2.In the Welcome screen, click Next.

3.Click Next; Windows will copy all the necessary files to your system.

4.When Windows prompts you to restart your computer, select Yes and click OK.

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In Windows 2000

1.In the Welcome screen, click Next.

2.Click Next; Windows will copy all the necessary files to your system.

3.In the Digital Signature Not Found window, click Yes to continue.

4.Restart your computer.

In Windows XP

1.In the Welcome screen, click Next.

2.Click Next; Windows will copy all the necessary files to your system.

3.Click Continue Anyway to proceed.

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USB 802.11b Wireless LAN

Install the Device

1.Plug the square end (Type B) of USB cable into the adapter's USB port.

2.Plug the rectangle end (Type A) of USB cable into the PC's USB port

3.After installing the Wireless USB Adapter, Windows will automatically detect the new device. Follow the on-screen instruction to install.

Note for Windows 2000 users:

During the installation, when the “Digital Signature Not Found” screen appears, click “Yes” to continue.

Note for Windows XP users:

During the installation, when Windows prompt you that this hardware has not passed Windows Logo testing…, click Continue Anyway.

In Windows 98SE

1.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter and a “New Hardware Found” window will show up.

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2.Once the “Please insert the disk labeled ‘Windows 98 Second Edition CD-ROM’, and then click OK” window appears, click

OK.

3.Select the correct drive and click OK.

4.Windows will copy all the necessary files to your system.

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5.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter promptly as the icon showed below.

In Windows ME

1.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter and a “New Hardware Found” window will show up.

2.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter promptly as the icon showed below.

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USB 802.11b Wireless LAN

In Windows 2000

1.In Digital Signature Not Found window, click

Yes to continue.

2.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter promptly as the icon showed below.

In Windows XP

1.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter and a “Found New Hardware Wizard” window will show up. Select “Install the software automatically (recommended)”. Click Next to continue.

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2.Wait and the Wizard will search for the 802.11b USB Adapter.

3.Click Continue Anyway to proceed.

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4.Click Next; Windows will copy all the necessary files to your system.

5.Click Finish to complete the installation.

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6.Windows will auto-detect the 802.11b USB Adapter promptly as the icon showed below.

Configuration

Once the driver and utility has been installed, and the device is properly connected to your computer, you can now start using this device with the default settings. However, if you’d like to change settings in the utility, you can refer to user manual saved in the CD-ROM for the corresponding section to perform more advanced configuration.

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USB Flash Disk (Optional)

Install Driver

Windows 98/98SE – Install from CD ROM

In Windows 98/98SE, you will need to install the driver found on the CD that comes with this device.

Run Flash Driver.exe.

1.Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.

2.Click Finish to complete the installation.

3.After the installing process is finished, remove the cap from your USB Flash Dish and plug the USB connector to the USB port on your computer.

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USB Flash Disk

4.Open My Computer and you will see a newly added icon; shown on the screen as a removable disk drive.

Windows ME/2000/XP-No Driver is Required

This device is Plug and Play compliant, therefore, once you plug it into your Window’s based system, your system will automatically detect it as a removable hard disk. You can go to My Computer to check if there is a newly added icon. If yes, it is ready for use. If not, you may have to check if the USB Flash Disk is connected properly to your USB port.

Removing your USB Flash Disk

Warning: Each time you remove the USB Flash Disk from your computer, be sure to use the Unplug/Eject icon on the taskbar to avoid data loss or damage to your Flash Disk.

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USB Flash Disk

Manage your USB Flash Disk

Main Menu

1.Load the included CD and open it. Double-click MYKEY.

2.An USB Flash Disk icon will appear on your desktop, a Star icon will also appear on the bottom right corner of the task bar on your screen. .

3.Right-click the icon.

4.Click Option. The USB Flash Disk Utility

will appear.

5.The USB Flash Disk Utility consists of four tabs for management. See the following for

details as how to use and manage this device.

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USB Flash Disk

Disk Manager

Disk Manager is readable only. On this box, you will know the used/free capacity of your flash disk.

Disk Partition

In this box, you can divide the USB Flash Disk into two partitions:

Un-protected Disk Space: all data located here is accessible to anyone who uses your computer or Flash Disk. When logging out of the protected area you are automatically redirected to the Un-protected Disk area.

Protected Disk Space: this area is password protected.

1.Drag the pointer to adjust the capacity of the Protected/Un-protected disk.

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USB Flash Disk

2.Press Create Partition.

3.A warning message appears to advise that all data on the disk will be erased. You can cancel this action by clicking Cancel. Or click OK to continue.

4.Click Cancel to copy your data to a Hard Disk before creating your prtition. Click OK

to create your partition. Any and all Data

stored on your Flash Disk

will

be

destroyed.

 

 

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USB Flash Disk

Switch between Protected and Un-protected

Disks

Enter the Protected Disk

1.

Right click

. Select Login

.

2.You are prompted to enter your password. The default password is 0000. It is suggested

that you set your own password. If

you

forget your password, press Xto get

see

your password hint.

 

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USB Flash Disk

Once you enter the protected disk, the disk icon shown in My Computer will change from

to , and vise versa.

Enter the Un-protected Disk

1.Right click . Select Logout to enter the Un-protected Disk.

Password Manager

Password can be changed in this box. You can also set a password hint for use if you forget your password. Default password is set to: 0000

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Change Password

1.Enter the “Old Password”, the default is “0000”.

2.Enter the “New Password”. (Maximum 4 characters long – use letters or numbers)

3.Confirm password by re-entering the new password.

4.Enter a hint of your own; this will be helpful to remind you if you forget your password.

5.Press Change to continue.

6.Password has been changed message appears. Click OK.

Password Hint

You can leave the Password Hint blank if you don’t want to use it.

PC LOCK

Once PC-Lock is enabled, the PC you are presently using is locked. To unlock this PC, you can only use this USB Flash Disk.

To enable PC Lock, there are two conditions for your choice,

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USB Flash Disk

Plug-in USB Flash Disk

This means that you have to plug this USB Flash Disk into your computer’s USB port in order to open your PC;

Plug-in USB Flash Disk and Input Password

This means to open the PC, you are required not only to plug the USB Flash Disk, but also have to enter your password.

To lock a PC

1.Right click .

2.Select Option PC-Lock Setting.

3.Check Enable PC-Lock.

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4.Select the Unlock Condition that fits your needs.

5.Press Change.

6.Press Exit.

7.Return to your desktop and right click again.

8.Move the cursor to PC Lock You PC is now locked.

9.If this function is enabled, your PC will not respond unless this USB Flash Disk is plugged

in.

To unlock a PC

1.Plug the USB Flash Disk into the locked PC.

2.If the unlock condition is set to Plug-in USB Flash Disk and Input Password, a password box will pop up.

3.Enter your password. The PC is now unlocked.

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