It was a royal pain, but because I’m lazy I didn’t get around to fixing it earlier!
If you’re in the same situation, here’s what you can do to fix the problem!
Right click Computer, select Properties, Device Manager link (upper left corner of the screen), scroll down to Smart card readers, select the little triangle next to it to open it up. If that doesn't work, keep reading for other ideas below. Once you have the zip file downloaded, open the zip file (Windows built in zipping program). It will unzip the contents, (This is the folder you will need when you are doing the steps below).
If your smart card reader is listed, go to the next step of installing the Do D certificates. Once it is uninstalled, unplug the reader from your computer. You can also use the Extract All Files button (on the left under Folder Tasks, under File, Extract All).
It will prompt you for a name for the folder (type in CAC Driver).
Hit OK, then select Extract (lower right corner of this window).
NOTE: If you can't don't see it, click Start, In the Start Search line type in: Right click My Computer, select Properties, Hardware tab, Device Manager button, scroll down to Smart card readers, select the + next to it to open it up. It will then ask where you want to save the file too.
If your smart card reader is already listed, you can go to the next step of installing the Do D certificates. Try this first: Go to Device Manager (Instructions are above), scroll down to Smart Card readers, right click the CAC reader that shows up below Smart Card Readers. I recommend just putting a backslash ( \ ) at the end of the location already on the screen. It will ask you where you want to save the extracted files to, I recommend your desktop. Push the little yellow folder in the upper right corner of this active window.
I’ve had a Netgear wireless router for about a year now and it’s been pretty good until a couple of weeks back all of sudden my wireless connection kept dropping or I couldn’t connect unless I restarted the router!There is usually a section called Networking and underneath you should see a list of drivers. If you have more than one wireless driver, then you need to figure out which one you have installed on your computer.