Can’t connect to the Internet? D-Link DWA-140 drivers errors? Corrupt, missing or out of date D-link drivers?
Update your D-Link DWA-140 drivers automatically right here at Driver Kingdom. Without the latest, correct version of D-Link DWA-140 drivers, your Dlink hardware cannot communicate with your operating system (Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7). This will cause your device to either not be identified correctly or not function correctly.
Update D-Link DWA-140 Drivers:
- D-Link Wirless DWA-140 drivers Windows 7
- D-Link DWA-140 Wireless USB Adapter
- D-Link DWA-140 drivers Windows XP & Vista
|Devices this driver supports:||DWA-140 Wireless USB Adapter Drivers.|
|Operating Systems:||Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7.|
The DWA-110 connects to the computer using USB2.0 technology. If you have an older computer, it may have USB1.1 ports. The DWA-110 is backward compatible and hence can connect to those ports too. However, given the limitations of USB1.1 the throughput of the connection will be lower than USB2.0.
For any hardware to run successfully on a computer we need a software that allows the computer to talk to it. This is called the driver for that hardware. To fully use the wireless adapter, you need D-Link DWA-140 Drivers installed on your computer.
While installing the driver you need to first ensure that you disable the existing wireless adapter, if any, from your computer. This is a bigger concern in laptops than desktops. Disabling an adapter does not uninstall it, it just disables it. Later you can switch back to it if you like.
Typically the drivers will come in a CD along with the adapter so you can install it from the CD. Alternately, you can also find it right here. You can download the driver and then install it.
|Designed for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7.|