This card worked great for 8 years! But it does not support newer WPA2 encryption.
K. Perry, Amazon
3 February 2014
Summary: This NetGear card served me well in my 11 year old XP laptop. I think this card originally came out about 10 years ago, or more. I personally used one of these cards for 8 years. However, since it is old, it does not support the newer WPA2 encryption protocol.
Summary: I bought this WI-FI card to use on my notebook computer and when I had troubles with the card. I called the company and when I was unable to submit a serial number (there was a blank space where the serial number was supposed to be) they told me then it was reconditioned.
Summary: This product is a "refurbished" item that came with nothing but the card itself. After installing the latest drivers from the internet, the card still wouldn't recognize any wireless networks eventhough I know that my wireless router is available and works with my old 802.11.b adapter.
Summary: The product shipped in a timely manner. There was no driver or instructions included with the item, except for a small piece of paper, which said to go online to download the driver. If I was able to go online, why would I buy a wireless PC card for my laptop?
Summary: Today lacks two days until I ordered this reconditioned piece of whatever it is 60 days ago. It gave out this weekend. Just died. Why only 30 day warranty? Because they know it will give out soon after.