Summary: I bought one of these about a year ago. Note that there were two versions of the DUB-C2 made, and the revision A1 was more or less abandoned by D-Link with horrible drivers and very poor compatibility. The revision A2, however, is still supported with drivers as recent as May 2005.
Summary: This D-Link DUB-C2 cardbus adapter for USB2 but caused so many problems I gave up on it. Hours with D-Link support but card never produced USB2 speeds. I bought an ADS Tech Dual-Link cardbus adapter DLX-181 that arrived today.
Summary: This card has worked flawlessly on at least two of my friends' computers, a top-of-the-line ThinkPad and a Dell Inspiron 4000. Alas, it's a different story on mine. I have an HP omnibook 500, and when I first plugged this thing in, the machine instantly turned off, as if I had reset it.
Summary: Upon seeing the last few gigabytes of our laptops' hard drives dwindling down, my friend and I invested in external Iomega USB 2.0 120GB hard drives. Our computers were only USB 1.1, so we decided to look for an option to allow ourselves the speed of USB 2.
Slower than UBS 1.0 on my Sony PCG-FXA32 Laptop (XP)
Amazon Customer, Amazon
21 May 2003
Summary: 1. Windows XP had difficulties to validate the drivers that came with the cd-rom. 2. After installed the drivers, the transfer rate between the Sony laptop and a USB2 external cd-rom was many times slower than the USB 1.0 port. ...
Summary: Try to install it on my Compaq EVO N600c laptop running Win 2000 professional and keep crashing. Called Tech Support wait for 30 minutes and was told BIOS need to update BIOS before it will work.
Summary: This card installed without a hitch on my Windows XP Home Gateway laptop. Installed the driver from the CD, turned off the system, inserted card, powered back on, and the two high-speed USB ports were ready to use.