Summary: I bought this card a few months ago when there was a rebate going on. I installed it in Linux Mint and it was detected, automatically installed the driver and just needed to configure the SSID and password and in less than 5 minutes I got internet connection. I then also installed it on a Windows 7, but got the BSOD with the latest driver from ABIT's website.
Summary: wow...........this is d best motherboard for any one on a budget. It works great, very fast, easy to install and works great with vista home premium........my SPECS : intel core 2 duo E6750, visiontek radeon 3850 512 mb, 2 gig corsair pc6400 ram and its d best system ive ever built
Summary: This card was a breeze to install on my fiancee's 64bit vista machine, but for those who have a problem installing the current drivers after using the installation CD, here is what worked for me solution. Under "Device Manager", right click on your card under "Network adapters" and click "Updade Drivers". From there, manually browse in your computer to have it search under your "System32" folder. This fixed my problem and it has been working great ever since.
Summary: The card came in on time in new packaging. Followed instructions and placed it in a new Dell 530s desktop in the pci express slot with Windows Vista. Started the computer and was connected in 1 minute. I love it.
Abit IP35-E Motherboard was a Great investment eventhough is was sold as a low budget board
20 March 2008
Summary: This board has worked really well for me. While it had some frustations at first, dual booting that used to worry (many of us at first) and the last of support & question whether the Abit IP35 boards where going to ever be able to handle the Dual Core (E8000) Penryns & The 45nm Quad Cores. But they did and have since come out with many new Bios(es). It's a solid Intel 775 chipset P35 motherboard. Sorry to see Abit disappear from the consumer mobo segment.
Summary: Installation was a breeze and the interface is uncluttered and easy. I'm using these cards in two Dell 5150s each with 1GB RAM and running on Windows XP Home. Couple with the Linksys WRT54GL wireless router, the cards work like a charm. I use this on the third level of a three floor split level house with concrete walls - no drywall here - and signals are still very strong all the way down.
Summary: I have been looking around for a PCIe wireless card to fit into the PCIe slot of my Dell Vostro 200 mini tower (Win XP Home). This product installed nicely into the PCIe slot. The computer at first floor receives excellent signal from my wireless router located at 2nd floor. With the relatively cheaper price and great quality, I highly recommend this product. It also comes with a shorter metal slot for user to install into a slim PC.
Summary: Great product, Works 100%, Excellent design. Great price. Had been previously stuck trying several flakey USB wireless adapters for a Dell XPS slim line PC which had no internal wireless option. Then I found this Abit Airspace 1/2 height (with 1/2 height bracket)card that fits in the PCIe 1X slot (very strange looking very short special card slot) of the Dell.