Summary: I purchase this adapter to use it with WD TV Live HD Media Player (part #WDBAAx0000NBK). It is listed as a compatible device on WD ([...]) under version 1.10. The one that I receive from Amazon seems to have "H/W Version: B1" and it is not recognized by the WD TV Live.
Summary: Everything good is like stated in other reviews. I still cannot make it work in Windows 7 64-bit. Only driver to get it even display nearby avaiable SSID is WindowsXP 64-bit driver on the CD, with this driver it can connect to wireless network with no encryption only.
Summary: Well, I am not real sure of this yet, I have only had it for a day now, but I have had to reconnect more than 6 times. So this may be going back to Amazon and I just might hardwire an Ethernet cable to the location, I hate to do that cause it is HOT in the attics here in AZ but that is the only way...
Summary: Has problems staying connected to the internet when doing things that require high bandwidth. I have noticed this when Trying to watch a video on youtube and downloading something it will crash.
Summary: After 'sleep' or ' hibernate' modes, it connects to internet 30percent of the time.. Even with the utility software upgrades. Maybe it is my computer as it is AMD motherboard chip(which I bought it from ncix). Haven't tried on Intel chips or notebooks. Probably have better results than I do.
Pros: Plug and reads wifi signals
Cons: does not work well after 'sleep' and hibernate' mode