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No problem if you are connect using the wireless, but if you are connecting by LAN cables then it is limited by the number of LAN ports on the Netgear router unless you attach a LAN hub to the router to increase the number of LAN ports.
I imagine you bought the WG111 Kit. It could but throught the Router and/or the adapter. Uninstall all netgear software and drivers. Unplug the adapter. Reboot machine. Plug the adapter in and install the software drives. Basically your starting over. This will take the quess work out of trying to repair what was lost. After reinstalling go to this web page to configure the SSID,IP and adapter. http://kbserver.netgear.com/kb_web_files/N101179.asp
the drivers should be installed in windows 7 by default, their so called "smart wizard" has some compatibility issues with windows 7, I get it to load up and it will shut down or glitch out. What I did was uninstall the downloaded driver and use the default windows drivers, flipped the switch off to my built in G wifi adapter and the netgear automatically kicked in and took over as the default wireless adapter.
Try to disable the netgear interface and let windows manage the wifi card. This could also be happening if the signal is not strong enough where the machines are. Is your wifi hub also a netgear? If not it may not be compatible with the cards if that is the case you will need to replace them with diffrent make of the cards preferably the same brand as hub.
the rangemax may be 108mbps transfer speed, but are your wireless network adapters able to run at 108mbps?, as most earlier ones will only run at 54 mpbs, especially notebook wireless adapters.
You will only gain on 108mbps transfer speed when file transfering or streaming to each pc, it will not speed up your internet connection, although you probably already are aware of that.
Install the service pack 2 and update via Windows Update!(Go to Tools then Windows Update in Internet Explorer)
Install the USB Wireless Adapter!
Follow the procedures here!
Now try the connection!
If you still have problems, let me know!