Need a Vista Certified USB Wirelss Device?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by phillfri, May 4, 2007.

  1. phillfri

    phillfri Guest

    Try the ZyXEL G-202. But DO NOT use the driver that Vista will attempt to
    load. It won't work (causes BSODs). Get the driver off of the ZyXEL web site.
    The driver works on both XP and Vista. Don't install the ZyXEL USB device
    utility software, just the driver. Let Windows XP or Vista manage the device,
    and it works fine.

    This is a wireless G device that can also be used as an access point from a
    computer hooked to the internet. A nice feature for "group" mobile
    situations. It also supports WPA/WPA2 and a few other more advanced features
    for increased signal strength and quality of connection on VOIP and
    multimedia applications.

    Tigerdirect currently offers this device for $20.00. A very good price for
    a USB wireless device in any event, let alone Vista certified.
    phillfri, May 4, 2007
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