This ensures that the data you transmit over your wireless network remains private. I was planning to update the drivers, but everything is working so smoothly right now I don’t think I’ll bother why mess with a good thing? Some reviewers had install issues and many mentioned problems with the drivers on the disk, but I didn’t experience any issues at all – NONE! Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Availability and Value I was in need of a wireless network card for a desktop PC I wanted to add to my home network. It actually picked up 4 new neighbor networks that I did not even know existed.
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Some reviewers had install issues and many mentioned problems with the drivers on the disk, but I didn’t experience any issues at all – NONE! No Longer Available Update Location close.
54Mbps 802.11g Wireless PCI Adapter
All I had to do was enter the security code using the connection software. Problems experienced by MO reviewer may be due to not installing latest drivers, not disabling Windows wireless configuration software suggested by another review or bad location of card.
User reviews on www. It actually picked up 4 new neighbor networks that I did not even know existed.
The install worked without a hitch. After that I ran into problems getting it going again and I emailed the Trendnet tech help guy and I have never had more helpful and responsive tech help. The issue turned out to be Windows 98SE requirement to run Winipcfg and do the “release” and then “renew” that’s brought up by Winipcfg and click “apply.
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Signal has to go at least sixty feet in my network and it does so easily. Wirelexs can find no faults with the card, would buy again and would recommend to everyone.
Great performance and inexpensive Charles W. Secure The card supports up to bit wireless encryption.
I was planning to update the drivers, but everything is working so smoothly right now I don’t think I’ll bother why mess with a good thing?
The Netgear and Belkin cards were wirsless weak signal, dropped connections and I ended up returning them. However this issue has been fixed after, probably because Windows Xp has been able to browse the wireless networks since the first restart. The desktop has been within a close range to the wireless router but I’ll come up with more information when I’ll set the desktop further. I axapter bit WEP security. If I would have to buy a wireless adapter again I would do the same choice without even hesitate.
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I’ve had the card a couple of years, and the only problem I encountered was changing routers resulted in failure of Windows 98SE system to connect to web which was resolved by Trendnet tech support in just 5 minutes. Wireless Convenience Adding a wireless card to your computer allows for an easier network setup in your home or office. Well, I installed the card 2 days ago and it’s aeapter working flawlessly. The card supports standard security protocols, allowing you to communicate securely with devices from other manufacturers.
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This ensures that the data you transmit over your wireless network remains private. The Dlink and Microsoft cards on the other hand worked fine, though the initial install wasn’t without some aggravation. It works well and it’s cheap which is a great and rare combination. The card is also fully backwards compatible with the older 11 Mbps I loaded the connection management software, turned off the PC, popped in the card, turned on the PC, loaded the drivers from the disk, restarted the PC and I was done.
It was installed and working perfectly until I had to do a system restore on the computer. It complies with the IEEE However, during my intense transfers, the signal strength went only to “very good” once te-423pi a while from excellent without affecting the speed of 54Mbps.
Great product and tech support B. This product worked fine, there is nothing more I could ask for! It gets a very strong signal. This PC is in a finished basement office with the wireless access point on the 1st floor about 30 feet 2 walls and a floor away, and the signal strength has been very good to excellent. When used in conjunction with a wireless router you can share a broadband Internet connection wirelessly among the computers in your household.