Summary: i bought this wireless card some time ago for an XP 64 setup. i have since then evolved into Windows 7 and a new system build. for kicks i tossed this card in the new computer and downloaded the Win 7, 64 bit drivers from MSI. this card works great. i am so thrilled at its performance; it is first class.
Summary: I recently installed this card on an old HP 64 bit desktop that I was upgrading to Windows 7. As the included CD didn't have a Windows 7 driver I went to their website, using another PC of course, and downloaded the correct driver and then let Windows "find" it during installation. I didn't load any of the manufacturer's software at all, I let Windows do everything and its working perfectly.
Summary: We bought this wireless card to replace a Netgear adapter. My husband's computer would constantly loose its connection with the Netgear. Since getting this one, the signal has been very reliable.
Summary: If you are buying this card for a windows 7 build you will have to look for drivers online other than that the card works fine. I'm playing online games like CSS on steam and others and it gives me no lag, our wireless modem is two rooms away and I'm getting 4 out of 5 bars which is good but not perfect. I wish they updated the drivers for MAC or hackintosh as some of you might know what that is. The latest drivers for their web side are from 08 for 10.5.x version.
Summary: does as advertised. Bought this because of current reviews and it's great. I have to "repair" the connection about once every 2 weeks on the machine being used with this card, but I never have to repair the connection on my other computer. Not sure why this is, but it's a really fast fix and never causes problems.
Summary: I purchased this card to replace my Linksys WMP54G, which kept dropping my internet connection and thus forcing me to my laptop when I wanted to access the internet. But since this card comes with a non-stationary antenna, I can place it above/in front of my computer and get a better signal! I am 2 floors up from the router, and with the walls being as thick as they are, it isn't easy to get a good signal, but this card does! Okay, there are a few flaws.
Summary: This would be ideal for an older XP 32 bit system if you don't want to spend a lot of money. It will also work on newer systems like win 7. Keep in mind, to get the most out of the card you won't want to use an older b / g router, what you really want is to use a newer g / n router. You want to set the card for combo reception, d/g. This can give you a 40% improvement compared to setting it just for g reception.
Summary: This unit installed easily on XP Pro. Works better than pretty much every other unit I've tried, including those made by the company whose parent name sounds like a cooking oil. If you have a non-broadcasting SSID, use the manufacturer-provided utility to manage the card, as the built-in XP client won't work right. Otherwise, allow XP to manage the card. Comes with a stubby little device that wants to be an antenna when it grows up.