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"Does" work with Vista 05/15/2007
It does work.
Very fast when compared to G.
Works awesome with Windows Server 2003.
After some "persuasion" I got it working with Vista.
when I first got it (right out of the box) it the outside case was separated by the usb port.
Seems to be a bit flimsy for the price.
Vista Drivers slightly questionable.
Hard to say if it's worth the money.
After installing it with the drivers from Linksys for Vista, it would work, however would cause the sound to stutter and lag about once a minute.
I got that to stop (it's been 2 days) by doing the following in the command prompt (running as administrator)
netsh wlan set autoconfig enabled=no interface="Wireless Network Connection"
where Wireless Network Connection is the name of the connection
(Mine was Wireless Network Connection 3)
I got this USB model so I could swap between desktop (Vista) and laptop with burnt-out internal wireless card (Server 2003)
Haven't yet tried it with Linux.
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