I have a really odd question to ask here.
I have thiscard on my PC: D-Link Range Booster. I had a lot of problems installing it, namely:
The drivers that came with the card couldn't be installed (on setup the program would state that I need to put the card on my PC and when I click on NEXT the installation exits without warning). Installing the drivers manually via driver update yields no results, it juste says that this drivers are not for this card.
I downloaded latest drivers from D-Link webpage and same thing happens here.
On further inspection on Device Manager, the hardware is presented with a - ! - and with the name Ethernet Adapter (totally generic name)
I discovered that the Hardware IDs that came with the card actually point to a DWA-652 so I installed those drivers (it lets me install them but states that Code 10. the device can't start).
Now here is the funny thing...
If I restart the wireless card is magically configured with this drivers and works, everything is awesome, but if I shut down my system, it goes back to the state of not having installed the drivers. In Device Manager, the card is presented with the - ! - and the generic name.
If I restart again after the shut down, the card is configured again.
I really don't know what happens here. If anybody can help me, I would be really grateful.