Question about D-Link RangeBooster N DWA-142 (1010125954) Wireless Adapter
Need a driver for Window 7
Go to this page:
select your "revision" A or B, it should say on the device. The selection box is on the right side of the page.
For revision B just download the most recent driver, it has the windows 7 driver in the package. For revision A, just use the windows vista driver for the bit level of operating system you have (32 or 64 bit) in the most recent driver for revision A.
once you have the zip, just extract it, then plug in the device, when it asks for the drivers point it at the extracted files.
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This really deopends on what you want to do actually. The connection to the internet does NOT rely solely on your WAP or notebook wireless adaptor, but also to the ISP whoese service you're dependant on.
Buying this MAY help a little, but in the end, irrgardless of the product you buy, if you are connecting to a standard home based AP with less then 5 people connectiing to it at the same time, relying on a physical line (be it cable or ISDN) that comes out from the modem, the question you should be asking is, how is the latency on the network you are using? if your intention of buying this is due to the fact that you are constantly on the move and connect to free wireless AP's located everywhere, then yes it would be a good buy. Else, if you're a home based user, i would suggest you just upgrade your modem or change ISP's altogether. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 30, 2008
I think you just should go to Google.com and type in"dlink wua 2340 installation driver". U should find it. If u have a flashdriver u should down the file on their.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
SOURCE: I use a D-Link DWL-G122
you can try to see if there is a Windows & driver for your Air Plus adapter at the D-Link site if not use the windows compatibility feature to load the drivers for you device.
2. you can also use this feature :
Install and use Windows XP Mode in Windows 73.check the windows "help and support" link under the Orb in Windows 7 to get full instruction set to install and use Windows xp mode in Windows 7.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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