Summary: I've held off this review for a few months in case any issues arose, but none did. This card was relatively easy to setup - though it took a few attempts at unplugging it from the board and placing it back on again - and the wireless has not had any issues since I've installed it. The range is decent; the speed & signal strength has not suffered. I am one floor up from my router, in a Victorian house. The drivers work fine.
Summary: Im running W7 Ultimate 64bit when i first got it running it would cause lag spikes in anything i was doing after uninstalling the "Stuff" it came with and using windows default drivers and only letting it connect to my router on 5ghz it works fine
Pros: It works after you get it set up right
Cons: cant use 2.4ghz i have to use 5ghz it works with 2.4 but it sucks try it with 5ghz it salved all my problems
Excerpt: This is a solid dual band B/G/N wireless adapter at a good price. I use the card with an "N" capable access point at 5 GHz, avoiding all the noise and interference in the 2.4 GHz band, resulting in excellent signal strength and throughput. I don't like the Linksys connection manager utility, so I just use Windows' WZC.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: This Linksys card is actually a RALink RT card. If you Google RALink drivers you can get to the download page for the PCI RT2860 drivers.
Pros: I've been running this card on my Win7-64 desktop for a couple of weeks with no issues. See my "other thoughts" for making the card either work or work better for you.
Cons: The install program on the CD won't finish installing under Windows 7. This is documented on the Linksys webpage for the product. If you are not comfortable with manually installing drivers, read the FAQ on the Linksys site before doing the install
Excerpt: Used this card to replace a G card. With a dual band router, this card is much faster than G. My Signal rating did not change with this card, so that was a bit of a disapointment. One problem I ran in to is Kaspersky's blocked the adapter from working and I had to call Cisco support to figure this out. Their support was top notch.
Summary: Having had a running battle with my previous wireless adaptor which was forever dropping out and always ran very slow even on its good days, I read very favourable reviews on Amazon so decided to to change to the Linksys which is the best thing I ever did, the signal is strong and stable and the speed averages 10 times my last adaptor.
Summary: I am a Windows 7 OS user and have found this product to be working very well so far since installing Dec '10. Note of caution though, the installion disc supplied does not work!! However, found a work around solution from various forums ([...]) using the Atheros 184.108.40.206 driver. Followed the simple instructions and the network card installed first time!!!
Summary: Well after hours of eating pizza I finally got round to installing and stuff on this product. I just did it for the lulz. As you may have noticed I am typing this over the internet, therefore this works. I'm not sure how your reading this review seeing as your planning on purchasing access to the internet, logic deduces from this that you don't have access to the internet.... who are you? Anywho on a separate note did anyone see that double rainbow yesterday? No?
Summary: Hi, nachdem ich massive Probleme mit meiner MSI PC54G3 hatte, die sich durch permanente Verbindungsabbrüche und das Verweigern des Hochfahrens des PCs äußerten, bin ich auf den WMP600N geswitched. Seitdem habe ich keine Probleme mehr. Ich glaube ich habe den Adapter Anfang Dezember 2009 erworben - er ist also eine gewisse Zeit im Betrieb. Zur Treiber-Frage: Ohne die hier verlinkten "neuen" Treiber auszuprobieren, hat W7 (64-bit) die Karte sofort erkannt.