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Product Description: Belkin Wireless G USB Network Adapter network adapter
Device Type: Network adapter
Form Factor: External
Interface (Bus) Type: Hi-Speed USB
Localisation: United Kingdom
Data Link Protocol: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Data Transfer Rate: 54 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Manufacturer Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
Description

The Wireless G USB Network Adapter easily connects your USB-equipped desktop or notebook computer to your wireless network for Internet and file sharing. Desktop users can now join the network with the ease of a USB plug-in, without opening their PC cases; laptop users can enjoy the benefits of staying mobile-while connected to the Internet.
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#1
Not a bad price - it's £9.99 on Amazon as well but then there's postage on top - doesn't seem to get very good reviews on Amazon though :-(

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]
#2
Yup not heard good things about this baby.
#3
My brother has one and the included software is a little odd IMO.
#4
but you disable their software and choose to use the standard windows interface to control the device.

I've just got two of these recently for my kids desktops and they work very well
#5
Would this be okay to get my Wii online?
#6
Muck9
Would this be okay to get my Wii online?


The nintendo wii already has wireless built in...
#7
Daz CPFC
The nintendo wii already has wireless built in...


I have a wired router, my Nintendo Wii has to find an access point (my pc used to have one before it was rebooted).

In other words, is this an Access Point?
#8
Muck9
I have a wired router, my Nintendo Wii has to find an access point (my pc used to have one before it was rebooted).

In other words, is this an Access Point?

It can be used as one yes, if you connect it to your PC. However, not too sure what you mean by your pc having had one before it was rebooted. Do you mean the drivers are no longer there? As long as the physical hardware is alreay present in your pc, you should not have to buy this.
#9
how aboot the xbox. whats the performance like. how hard is it to install it to the xbox.
#10
Blanco
It can be used as one yes, if you connect it to your PC. However, not too sure what you mean by your pc having had one before it was rebooted. Do you mean the drivers are no longer there? As long as the physical hardware is alreay present in your pc, you should not have to buy this.


I have a built in Wifi Access Point and my Wii could connect to it all the time but then I had to return my PC to factory settings and Ive tried everything to get it working again but no luck.

When I try and turn wifi on or repair the connection it says:

"Wireless Network Connection is not connected
Wireless Network Unavailable"
#11
Muck9
I have a built in Wifi Access Point and my Wii could connect to it all the time but then I had to return my PC to factory settings and Ive tried everything to get it working again but no luck.

When I try and turn wifi on or repair the connection it says:

"Wireless Network Connection is not connected
Wireless Network Unavailable"


i have exactly the same problem. Have completely given up with it, it took me ages to get it started in the first place. So much for "Plug and play".
#12
'APPARENTLY' works with Vista - according to an Amazon reviewer - others say the range isn't so good and that it packed up after 7 months use.

Voted cold.
#13
Xenu
how aboot the xbox. whats the performance like. how hard is it to install it to the xbox.


You can't install this to either an Xbox or a Wii - the only way you can use this is to create an 'ad-hoc' or peer to peer wireless network by plugging the USB wireless device into a PC with internet connectivity. This is similar to using a crossover cable to connect two PCs without using a switch/router

However, I don't recommend this in general as it can be a pain in the neck to get the configuration working.

The standard mode for wireless networks is Infrastructure mode where you have some sort of wireless access point which all devices connect through. Although these are more expensive than a USB wireless adapter like this they are now pretty cheap and can save a lot of time and hassle. I picked up the Zyxel router from Amazon the other week for just 30 pounds, all the wireless devices are running through it no problem including the awkward Wii/DS (not good for wi-fi) which is one of the reasons I bought the new access point as they didn't work with the previous one.

John

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