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This adapter should work on Windows XP, Vista, 7, and newer versions. Drivers can be found here: http://goo.gl/4oadX8
The device itself does not have an Operating System. The drivers tell the operating system how to interact with the hardware. Hope this helps you out. Please ask more questions if you need additional help.
The phrase "PCI-150 Mbps Pre-802.11n" may give you a clue. You see, 802.11n is somewhat a new technology, before it got standardized, companies worked on draft versions separately, and since drafts aren't international standards, there's no guarantees it works with other vendors. I bet you it will work with a 802.11n D-Link router. you can try to find a new firmware for it, try to contact D-link support, or else, replace it with a standard 802.11n wireless adapter not a draft or pre-802.11n
Wireless N is not standardized yet. The design(features & functions) will depend on the manufacturers. It is not advisable to use wireless N products from different manufacturers since they have it designed differently.
To maximize the features & functions of wireless N you need to have compatible devices. Meaning, I you're using let's say Linksys N router you need to use Linksys wireless N adapter.