iball Baton usb driver

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    I am using iball batton adsl2+ router(iB-LR6111A) with LAN card, windows7 OS. Unfortunately my lan card got jerk and am forced to use usb connection but automatic driver downloading is not working. I downloaded driver from another computer and try to install it but the installation process cann't find my modem.. please help me to figure it out.. plzzz
     
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    If your router has USB ports it is likely so you can attach a printer or an external USB hard drive, not to connect it to your computer.

    If you bought a USB ethernet LAN adapter similar to this:
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    then it's likely the drivers for this ethernet adapter that you need, not for your modem/router.
     
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    does it realy work??? need any xtra driver??
     
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    Yes it requires drivers. And yes, a USB Ethernet adapter should work if it has Windows 7 drivers.

    Buy one that says "Windows 7 compatible" so that you know there will be drivers. The drivers may be built in to Windows 7, they may download automatically, or the USB ethernet adapter may come with a driver CD.
     
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    Thank you man...
     
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