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While I wanted to believe that, I used the CD anyhow. Applications using a lot of bandwidth that are sensitive to interruptions such as voice and video applications are given priority in order to assure quality. Lo and behold, I plugged it in and it was recognized within seconds. The software was installing, and I could see the USB light flickering like crazy and my hopes were high. Maybe they wrong, maybe they thought they had 64 bit, but it was really 32 bit. I was looking for a new wireless adapter for my wife’s computer, as the old one suddenly stopped working one day.
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At this point I was ready to cut open walls and run the ethernet cable to my computer.
I ended up aborting the install via task manager, but it must have been at a point where it was really done, but just couldn’t finish up for some reason, as the wireless software was working fine now and I was able to connect to my router! I forget sometimes that I’m wireless. I then tried OS X. The tech support person, who was professional and knowledgable, recommended trying their wireless-N USB adapter. Many devices on the market, wireless adapters in particular, “claim” to work with Windows 7, but upon further inspection they are only “compatible” or worse yet, just outright lying to your face that it’ll work.
The installation was like cake. No need to worry about compatibility with existing mediaink or gateways as this product is guaranteed to be fully compatible with all other brands of I waited and waited but the install seemed to be hung. Technical support picked up after one ring and I’m thinking to myself, this is amazing, no machine telling me to push buttons.
My wife’s udb uses Windows 7 64 bit for it’s OS. It would sometimes resurrect itself like some little zombie, but would eventually return to it’s grave, one time finally for good.
I finally decided to udb Mediabridge to convey my dissatisfaction. Yep, right there, they do say Windows 7 in the instructions, don’t say if it’s 32 or 64 bit, but Windows 7 none-the-less.
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Thank you so much Medialink! I tried it and it did work. Wireless transmission rates can reach up to Mbps. Speed was excellent, though. My connection speeds were ridiculously 7kbps to 28kbps at most! Great Company with a Big Bang for your Buck product RSV November 11, I own a computer that utilizes Windows Vista 64 bit and was not having success installing wireless adapters from two reputable companies.
I received the wireless-N adapter the following day again,amazing. Medialink also includes a rather large desktop base with a hefty USB cable attached, should you want to use it.
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I recommend this product to anyone who wants a quality wireless adapter at a great price. I install it and within five minutes I was wireless. Went back to instructions again. I recieved it two days ub and proceeded to install the medialink wireless G USB adapter and again no success. Maybe they wrong, maybe they thought they had 64 bit, but it was really 32 ueb.
I tried the At this point I’m ready to punch a hole in the wall out of frustration. How could all of those other reviewers be wrong, especially the ones saying it working on their computer using Windows 7 64 bit?
I believe that one of our cats had decided it to a chew toy. I’m on the internet several hours a day and I haven’t had any problems at all. Employs background features that automatically avoid channel conflicts.
Checked the box the adapter came in, Medialibk don’t see Windows 7 listed on the outside of the box; WindowsXP and Vista but no Windows 7 listed on the box. Suddenly a little light went on over my head. Applications using a lot of bandwidth that are wiri to interruptions such as voice and video applications are given priority in order to assure quality.