Pros works great...when connected, conects you to the internet wirelessly when really close to the router, easy set-up and installation
Cons continuously loses signal even when signal strength is very good
Summary The wireless internet card is easy to set-up and install and works well when it will actually connect to the router.
The card continuously loses connection, even when the signal strength says that it very good. must be very close to wireless router to keep connecton.
Pros Worked great in Windows 2000.
Cons The power light would not even come on when I upgraded from Windows 2000 Professional to Windows XP Professional.
Summary This was a good piece of equipment. But when I upgraded to Windows XP Professional the power light would not come on. I tried the easy troubleshooter through my wired network card and it said the drivers were only partly installed. But when it tried to install the drivers it did not work. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling. Nothing works.
Pros Has never failed in 1.5 years.
Cons Linksys support does suck!
Summary I use two of these cards in my five pc home network in a three-story house. I use the cards with a D-Link router, and they always work! Don't know what else to say. The only reason I don't give it a 10 is due to Linksys poor customer support (regarding another product). So you know, D-Link provides great support.
Pros Easy as pie to set up. Great website support. An easy choice
Cons None that I can see
Pros I bought and installed a WRT54G router that worked fine, so I thought I'd buy the sister card to go with it.
Cons I never even got to install the card. Installing the software trashed the Windows 2000 installation on my IBM Thinkpad A22m. I received several errors while trying to install it, then after cancelling and trying to reboot, got a stop error. Couldn't ev