Pros When it works it is fast and I get a good connection from my downstairs router.
Cons Driver will not stayed installed in Win 98SE. Have talked w/tech support and MicronPC support. Driver goes through to the end and then says Cannot install driver error 1F6. If you are using a newer version of Windows, it may work fine.
Pros I used their online connection to check for any problems: linksysfix.com/netcheck It solved the problem. I was the problem. Card works good. (WIN XP)
Pros Better than Netgear WG311!
Cons Unreliable access, keeps dropping out, especially in Vista. Work better in Ubuntu using XP drivers, although a Linux driver would be much appreciated!
Pros I've had mine for a couple of years and it works great with wireless-G
Cons It causes the computer to crash when exposed to a signal from a wireless-N router
Summary I tried a D-link and then a Linksys wireless-N router and both caused the computer with this card it it to suffer a hard reboot as soon as the router was turned on. I downloaded and installed the latest driver to no avail. Linksys has no ideas.
"Driver Failure"on by ianime_jb13
Pros My trusted brand.....
Cons Now my least trusted...
Summary I bought my wmp54g last week and geez, i'm so excited to hook it up on my desktop pc. I inserted the CD and followed the step by step instruction (as i always do), and installed the drivers. It worked well for a couple of minutes, suddenly my computer got restarted automatically and this is what flashed on the screen, “Bad Bios Checksum”, my bios has gone nuts! I was able to flash the bios and the pc was up and running again, but when my OS started to boot(win xp), a blue screen flashed and the message was “unknown hard error: systemroot\system32
tdll.dll”. I tried to format the drive and even deleted the partitions (all my files were lost), and after that, I re-installed my win xp, the message was there again, even in win 2000 pro, it was still the same. About the ntdll.dll file, I figured out that nt(new technology) OS are affected by the error, so I tried win 98se, and it worked, tried to upgrade it to win xp, but the message pops up again. Being desperate to know what went wrong, I tried to install my wmp54g on another pc, it went well for 5 minutes, but the problem occurred again, the pc restarted and the same error popped up, this time I was certain that it is the wmp54g’s fault why the computer (and the bios) has gone haywire. It took me awhile to have my pc up and running again on a fresh copy of win xp (with a fresh hard drive thanks to wmp54g), returned the product to the retailer and got a netgear wg111 usb wifi instead, and that solved my problem, my network is now running perfectly.