Hi Tom,

My trusty favorite in this scenario is to uninstall the hardware and related
driver(s), purge any related software for the hardware, reboot, search/clean
up the registry and reboot again. Then install (again).

Some hardware vendors have specific instructions for uninstalling, so check
for that first.

Speaking of which, have you checked with Linksys support on this?

- Dan

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