Summary: D-Link DWL-G630 Wireless Cardbus Adapter, 802.11g, 54Mbps THIS ITEM IS GREAT! OWNED ONE FOR SEVERAL YEARS UNTIL IT WAS ACCIDENTALLY BROKEN. IT WORKED FLAWLESSLY EVERY TIME. I REORDERED THE SAME ITEM TO CONTINUE THE GREAT PERFORMANCE.
Summary: Had to get a wireless adapter for my son's laptop. Found this one here at the best price. Believe me I looked everywhere. Very fast in shipping. Received it in about 3 days. Great product for the value!!!
Summary: I recently acquired an old defunct Dell Inspiron 7000 laptop (built for Win98) which I promptly refuncted. I bought this card to run with Puppy Linux on that old system, and low and behold it works! The only problem is I occasionally get dropped from the connection, though I don't know if its the card or the software or the router. This card is running on a Pentium 2 333mhz, 320mb ram, and Puppy Linux 4.something another.
Great service, Great wireless PC card, No problems, Easy to use
26 March 2009
Summary: I got this D-link wireless pc card quickly, and nicely packaged. I have been using it without any problems on my two Sony Vaio laptops. Set up was easy too, just install the included driver. I am using it with Windows XP. I am very satisifed, works surprisingly well for inexpensive PC card. Have no problem connecting via Wi-Fi to my Netgear router. I plan to buy another one instead of switching on card back and forth. Highly recommended.
Summary: I bought this card for my laptop which has Windows NT Workstation 4 Service Pack 4 installed. Cannot get it to work. Keep getting an error message and when I contact D Link I get a response that says it is for Windows XP. So evidently they are not reading the information I emailed them. Have been trying to install this for 4 days with no luck.
Summary: I've got an older laptop, dual-booting XP Pro and Kubuntu 8.04. Booted into XP, installed the drivers, installed the card, and everything works just fine. Booted into Kubuntu with the card still inserted, and didn't even have to install anything -- the card was recognized, configured, and surfing instantly. I would highly recommend this card for Linux users...
Great Wireless Cardbus Adapter for my Linux Laptop
Jack R. Tallent, Amazon
28 April 2008
Summary: I bought the D-Link DWL-G630 in the hopes that I could use the native Atheros driver under Linux on an old laptop I am resurrecting. I was glad to see that the card I recieved was the C2 hardware revision, which does indeed use the Atheros chipset. (My understanding is that some revs of this card use a different chipset.) I put the card in the slot, booted up, loaded the Atheros driver module, configured my WEP, and BINGO, I was online.